2013 – PhD, Neuroscience; Florida State University (FSU)
2007 – BS in Biology, Minor in Education; American University of Beirut (AUB)
Carole has been teaching Anatomy & Physiology for over 15 years. She first started teaching A&P as a Teaching Assistant during Graduate school at FSU, and consequently held various teaching positions after graduating. At Aims, she teaches Anatomy & Physiology and Pathophysiology and really enjoys spending time interacting with her students. After teaching A&P at Aims for 3 years, she now serves as the Chair for the Faculty Teaching and Learning Center (FTLC) due to her passion for Professional Development and Student Success. Her goal is to guide and facilitate the growth and development of faculty across disciplines, focusing on inclusive and student-centered teaching approaches.
Carole is a neuroscientist who is very passionate about teaching students about the fascinating human body. She encourages her students to use colors, drawing and labeling to learn about the human anatomy. 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 (amateur) illustrations.
In her spare time, Carole enjoys spending time with her husband and son. She also enjoys spending time outdoors as much as possible and loves gardening, running, and spinning.