Cells & Molecules Lecture

The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey


Cells & Molecules is the first semester of general biology, dealing in the very basics of biology and the chemistry relevant to life. I taught this course during the fall and spring semesters of the 2009-2010 academic year, and again during fall of 2010. Class sizes ranged from 35 to 45 students. I presented powerpoint lectures, showed videos, drew on the board as needed, and made some large-scale models of DNA (to demonstrate synthesis) out of climbing rope. I was completely responsible for the class, including writing lectures, making up tests and quizzes, and all grading. The spring 2010 syllabus for this class is available by clicking here. I was also responsible for multiple sections of the laboratory for this course during my two years at Stockton College.

Cells (the basic unit of life) in a plant leaf

Volvox, a species we commonly used in Cells & Molecules labs

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