T/Th 1 to 2 pm
8th to 10th graders
About the Course
This course will focus on the study of living organisms through lecture, discussion and laboratory based course work. This course of study will cover topics ranging from cellular biology (organelles, cells, photosynthetic reactions, mitosis etc.) to evolutionary biology and macrobiology. Lab activities will be included. This course is idea for upper middle and high school students interested in biology.
Dr. Kumari Robinson
Kumari comes from a large, homeschooling family and has been teaching and helping others learn for as long as she can remember. She received her Bachelor's degree from University of Maryland in Kinesiological Sciences, and Doctorate from George Washington University in Physical Therapy. She has been been employed at Johns Hopkins Hospital in that capacity for the last 5 years. Anatomy, Physiology and the biological sciences have been the cornerstone of her education and are often considered the cornerstone classes for health sciences and the study of medicine on an undergraduate and graduate level. She is excited to become part of the STEM Center!