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Read my FAVORITE Christmas story here (well, other than Luke 2 and Matthew 1)
IN MEMORIUM: DR. JACK ZAENGLE, 1956-2007
This is me with two of my evolving bacterial
cultures.†† Learn more about my
This is me with two of my evolving bacterial cultures.†† Learn more about my research here
Office: Barstow 202A
Telephone: (715)-394-8320; Fax: (715)-394-8418; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office hours ( Spring 2013)
9-10, 2-3, MWF, or by appointment.† If Iím in, Iíll almost always talk to you!
Class schedule (Fall 2012):
Biol 330,Genetics, three hours lecture (MWF, 10:00,† SWEN 1055) and two, two hour labs (Thursdays, 10:00 AM and 1:00 PM, B-102)- Lab taught primarily by Mr. Ben Cogger.
Biol 355, Microbiology, Three hours lecture (MWF, 2:00,† Mc133), Lab 1-3 T, B-102
Class Schedule, Spring :(Times may be subject to change)
Last Spring, I had a GREAT sabbatical at the U. of MN, St. Paul campus.†
I usually teach Cell Biology and either Immunology or Lab Techniques each Spring, with Immunology scheduled for Spring 2013 . Ignore the information below.
Biol 440-1,5,Cell Biology: 1:00 MWF, B-108; Labs 10-12 and 1-3, T.,
Biol 318, Immunology, 8:00 MWF, B-102
In even springs, I teach
Biol/Chem 465, lab techniques- this will run, in 2014 for about 9 days in January before the start of the semester
Course Material and other resources: Now that I've put together PowerPoint presentations on many of my lectures, †I will have Genetics and Microbiology notes and presentations on D2L. The latest versions (the ones I'm lecturing off) will be found here, however. I have also linked (or will link) the course web pages so you can access them directly from D2L.
Some of my favorite quotes
For inspiring/controversial/interesting views from John Piper, go to the Desiring God web site.
Here are some papers and presentations that I've written/given on science, evolution, and some links to similar topics:
Many of these are similar- the older ones have more complete arguments, while the newer ones have more recent data.
Scientist: a paper I wrote
for the 1996 "Truth" seminars
Science and Faith: Why science actually makes
belief in a personal God very reasonable
Origin of Life: a critique of the standard story
Culture Wars : The future of
After Darwin's Black Box: Where Does
A Laboratory Scientist Go To Contribute?
Some Ways to test evolutionary theory
Links to my favorite web sites:
Some things about myself:
I'm 61 years old, and was educated through my BS in the South (Clemson
University, '73). I spent two years in the Army on active duty (I was a tank
platoon leader, among other things) and retired from the Army Reserve in 2000.
In 1977 I married a Minnesotan, and went to graduate school at the
My hobbies include my work- Iím greatly privileged to be able to ask a monumental research question: What can evolution REALLY do?? Answering that question is one of my great passions in life. My family is also my hobby. I cross-country ski with my daughter and my wife, occasionally run with my daughter (and also with my sheltie, Tacy, who isn't really fond of running), and am usually found doing things with my family when I'm not at work. I also have an ongoing interest in Christian apologetics, which sometimes overlaps my professional career. I am convinced that Christianity is not only true, but that it is perhaps the only way of viewing the world that allows you to have both meaning and rationality in life.
This web page last updated on† February 11, 2013 by Ralph Seelke