Assistant Professor, Biology
Ph.D. (Biomedical Sciences) 2001. The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
M.Ed. (Science Education) 1995. The University of Georgia, Athens, GA.
B.A. (Chemistry) 1985. Maryville College, Maryville, TN.
Past Science Education Experience
Before pursuing her Ph.D., Dr. Webb taught high school chemistry, physics and physical science for seven years (1988-1995) in Gwinnett County, Georgia. During that time, she was twice selected as a finalist for Shiloh High School Teacher of the Year (1992 and 1994).
Other past science education experience of note includes:
Current Science Education Experience
Dr. Webb is currently teaching undergraduate and graduate students in a variety of courses at CNU, including Cell Biology, Biochemistry, Introductory Biology, and Senior Seminar. She mentors undergraduate science majors in laboratory research at CNU and (in the summer) at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and directs the thesis research of students in the Environmental Science (M.S.) graduate program. She also teaches a course in the graduate (M.A.T.) program in teacher education.
She is a member of the Editorial Board of The Science Education Review, sits on the CNU Teacher Preparation Council, and is involved in developing the curriculum for the introductory Molecular and Cellular Biology course for biology majors (BIOL 201) at CNU. She is a member of several scientific organizations, including the National Science Teachers Association, the International Mammalian Genome Society and the Virginia Academy of Science.
Other current science education experience of note includes: