Beth Beason-Abmayr, PhD, a Teaching Professor of Biosciences, has developed multiple course-based undergraduate research experiences (CUREs) and a high structure course in animal physiology. At the department level, she serves on several committees including Undergraduate Curriculum (Chair), DEI, Undergraduate Recruiting and Advising, and Undergraduate Awards; at the university level, she currently serves on the Academic Advising Advisory Committee (AAAC) and the Faculty Committee on Fellowships and Awards. She is a leader with the National Institute on Scientific Teaching (NIST) and a Member-at-Large with the executive committee. She was recently elected a Councilor with the Biology Division of the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) and also is a longtime judge for the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) competition and a member of the iGEM Judging Program Committee. Beason-Abmayr is a proud member of the Teaching section of the American Physiological Society and is an associate editor for Advances in Physiology Education.
- Experimental Biochemistry (BIOS 311)
- Experimental Synthetic Biology (BIOS 313)
- Experimental Molecular Biology (BIOS 314)
- Exploring Biological Research Challenges (FWIS 115)
- Integrative Animal Physiology (BIOS 340/540)