Alexandra Keller CNS Learning Community Program Director

Office: Pinon Hall 123

Phone: (970) 491-2369

Education

  • M.S., Biology Northern Arizona University 2013
  • B.A., International Affairs 2010
  • Fulbright US Student Program, Teacher on Assignment, Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Hidalgo, Mexico

About

Alexandra joined the dean’s office in April 2015 having spent her earlier career in science education and program development. She integrates her B.A. in International Affairs and Latin American Studies, M.S. in Biology, and intercultural teaching experiences in her role in the College of Natural Sciences Learning Community. She loves designing experiences where students can connect what they are learning in their fundamental science courses to their lives and the world. As such she supervises student leaders, creates and implements novel programs, designs and teaches seminar courses, and collaborates with faculty and community partners. 

Publications

Jump Starting Stalled Writers with StorytellingKeller, A., Grinnell, S.Educational Leadership, 2014
Genes Are Us: Analyzing DNA Differences Using DNA Fingerprinting Keller, A., Smith, D., Harrop, B., Lamit, L., Schroer, M., Wymore, A., Ueckert, C. Science Scope, 36(2) p. 26-33, 2012