As an educator, I seek to provide students with diverse and challenging learning experiences in a supportive environment. My goals are to (1) enhance student critical thinking and communication skills; (2) engage students in the scientific process; and (3) encourage student understanding of and appreciation for the natural world.


This semester (Spring ’17), I am teaching: Conservation Biology Lab (EBIO 324), Coral Reef Ecosystems (EBIO 372) and Art and Environment: Coral Reefs (ENST 477).

Click on the image above to access the EBIO 372 blog on coral reef ecology, evolution and conservation biology!


SPRING COURSE MEDIA HIGHLIGHTS: http://news.rice.edu/2014/11/03/outdoor-learning-2/ www.houstonmatters.org/segments/segment-c/2016/04/06/rice-university-explores-coral-reef- restoration

http://news.rice.edu/2015/04/06/correa-brings-flower-garden-banks-coral-reef-to-rice/

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     SUMMER SESSION I: Tropical Field Biology Lab (EBIO 319)

     READ THE BLOG, DOWNLOAD THE APP HERE! 


COURSES PREVIOUSLY TAUGHT:

Intro to Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EBIO 124) for non-biology majors

     Evolution Day in EBIO 124:   http://news.rice.edu/2014/12/01/owls-at-evolution-day/

                                                    http://news.rice.edu/2015/11/20/owls-at-evolution-day-2/

Intro Lab Module to Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EBIO 213)

Field Ecology Lab (EBIO 316)

Biodiversity Lab (EBIO 327)

Intro to Aquatic Ecology with Scuba Lab (EBIO 379)


Glasscock School of Continuing Studies:

Contributing Lecturer for “Microbes: How These Smallest of Creatures Work For and Against Us” Course 

Contributing Lecturer for “Unlocking the Mysteries of Sharks” Course

© Adrienne Simoes Correa 2016