Amy StanleyAssistant Dean of Student Affairs, Adjunct Instructor
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- M.A. Anthropology, Kent State University
- B.A. Anthropology, Youngstown State University
In 2018, Rebecca was recognized with the LSAMP-IINSPIRE Program Award for Excellence in Mentoring promoting under-represented minority participation in STEM.
I am interested in all types of cells, from bacteria to human physiology and cancer biology. I love thinking about how cells interact with each other, whether these are microbial cells fighting for resources, pathogens interfering with our immune system, or transformation of cancer cells. I enjoy staying current with these fields as a member of the American Society of Microbiology and the American Society of Cell Biology. I am passionate about helping everyone gain a foundational knowledge of biology and its relevance to daily life!
I am passionate about free-flowing rivers, particularly those with an abundance of whitewater. I love to kayak, and I also love being a river guide because it gives me the opportunity to share amazing rivers and landscapes with people from all walks of life — all of whom deserve to experience the profoundly life-changing joy of traveling down a raging river. When I'm not on a river (which isn't often), I enjoy skiing, rock climbing, playing guitar, cooking, and Quentin Tarantino films.