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Julie Stoughton

Lecturer & Academic Advisor
Julie Stoughton

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Degrees

  • BS, University of California - Davis, 1988
  • Secondary Science Teaching Credential, University of California - Davis, 1989
  • MS, Montana State University, 1995

Biography

I joined the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Science (NRES) in Fall Semester 2005 as a lecturer and academic advisor. Prior to joining NRES, I taught high school science for 9 years in California and Nevada and environmental education for 3 years in Yosemite National Park. My major areas of interest are environmental science and science education. I teach the non-majors Silver Core CO4 course ENV 101 (Introduction to Environmental Science) and the NRES 100 introductory course for NRES majors (Principles of Natural Resources and Environmental Science). I also co-teach Science Partners (ABNR/SCI 415) each spring for undergraduate science majors who spend a semester teaching hands-on science in elementary schools.

I enjoy advising NRES students in four majors and introducing prospective students to our department on Nevada Bound tours. I am the outreach coordinator for the UNR Museum of Natural History and serve as a reviewer for textbook publishers.

Courses Taught

  • NRES 100 Principles of Natural Resources and Environmental Science
  • ENV 101 Introduction to Environmental Science
  • ABNR/SCI 415 Science Partners

Publications

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