Bok Pedagogy Fellow
Kari is a 7th year Ph.D. student in Organismic & Evolutionary Biology. She is broadly interested in how muscles work across behaviors and is focusing on how leg muscles function in ducks. Since coming to Harvard, she has been a TF for OEB-specific, general education, and extension school courses. Before coming to Harvard, Kari enjoyed teaching science at both the undergraduate and elementary levels, in part as an NSF GK-12 Fellow while getting an M.S. from Northern Arizona University and as a science teaching intern while getting her B.A. from Franklin & Marshall College. In her free time, Kari enjoys spending time outside, hiking & camping with her husband, toddler, and dog and is currently learning how to cross-stitch.