About

I am a plant ecologist and a biology education scholar. I ask questions and test hypotheses by developing experiments, collecting data in the field, and analyzing large data sets. I have a passion for teaching and engaging students directly with scientific practices to empower them with critical thinking skills.

Currently I’m a research associate in the Plant Biology Department at Michigan State University. I’m studying variation in ecophysiological traits of switchgrass in the Lowry lab through the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center and best practices in faculty teaching professional development with Diane Ebert-May.

Feel free to learn more about my passions for teaching, researchmentoring and professional development. My foggy ideas can be found on [Twitter]

Contact emeryna1 [at] msu [dot] edu