Carole is a neuroscientist who is very passionate about teaching students about the fascinating human body. Carole completed her B.S. degree in Biology with a minor in Education at the American University of Beirut in Lebanon. She then completed her Ph.D. in Neuroscience at the Florida State University. She currently teaches Anatomy & Physiology (A&P) and Pathophysiology as a full-time faculty member at Aims.
She fell in love with A&P when she was first introduced to the subject during graduate school – leading her to pursue her passion full-time after graduation. She has been teaching A&P for over 10 years and really enjoys spending time in the classroom with students. She encourages her students to use colors, drawing and labeling to learn about the human anatomy. So much so that if you happen to pass by her classroom, you might even mistake it for an art class! However, upon a closer look (at the content as well as at her elementary-level drawing skills), you would notice that she is, in fact, teaching about the human body!
Carole encourages you to contact her if you are interested in learning more about her classes, or if you’re simply looking to explore educational and career opportunities related to A&P, Biology, or her exceptional illustrations.
Dr. Lynne Fox-Parrish
Lynne started teaching part time at Aims in January 2009 before going full time in August 2011. She received her B.S. in Biology from Florida Southern College and her M.S. in Biology/Zoology from Emporia State University. She then earned her Ph.D. in Biology Education from the University of Northern Colorado.
She teaches non majors biology courses. Fox-Parrish was a part-time faculty member in the science department at Aims for many years. She became a full-time faculty member in 2011 and teaches biology courses.