Adjuncts

Cundiff

Jane Cundiff

Adjunct Biology instructor
183 Center for the Sciences
(540) 831-6290
jecundiff@radford.edu 

Courses Taught

BIOL 103 - Environmental Biology
BIOL 104 - Human Biology
BIOL 105 - Biology for the Health Sciences

About

Jane has been studying and teaching about human biology and the environment since the first Earth Day in the 1970's.  She and her husband / physics instructor Ken Cundiff worked in science research at University of Florida and taught in seven different countries  around the world. Jane recently published a book  "Cobras, Kids And Pyramids: Adventures of a Teaching Couple in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Egypt" available on Amazon and at the RU bookstore. Jane runs a "Wild Edibles Organic Garden Club" in Floyd, grows a large organic garden and stays active in preserving the local environment.

 

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DR. ELIZABETH BECKER

Adjunct Biology Instructor
xxx Center for the Sciences
(540) 831-xxxx
ebecker@radford.edu 

COURSES TAUGHT

BIOL 105 - Biology for the Health Sciences
BIOL 310/311 - Human Structure and Function I and II
BIOL 322 - Human Anatomy and Physiology
 

ABOUT
Liz is also an Associate Professor for Wytheville Community College with a background in Neurobiology and Anatomy. She has published research on grass spiders, Agelenopsis aperta catalepsis. Currently she focuses on writing about autism and has one book published, Autism and the World According to Matt . Liz has a second book that will be out in 2019 on communication in non-verbal autistic children. She recently participated in the Virginia Master Teacher Seminar held at Hampden-Sydney College.

 

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DR. PAOLO LENZI

Adjunct Biology Instructor
184 Center for the Sciences
(540) 831-6290
plenzi@radford.edu 

COURSES TAUGHT

BIOL 104 - Human Biology
BIOL 105 - Biology for the Health Sciences
BIOL 231 - Genetics, Evolution and Development

 

ABOUT

Paolo is a plant molecular biologist who teaches biology and genetics. His interests include genetic transformation methods and biotech applications to improve crops and produce therapeutic proteins in plants. He has worked on the development of plant-based vaccines for human and animal health, and on molecular interactions occurring between plants and pathogens.

 

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AMY ROBERTS

Adjunct Biology Instructor
183 Center for the Sciences
(540) 831-6290
aroberts68@radford.edu 

COURSES TAUGHT

BIOL 103 - Environmental Biology
BIOL 105 - Biology for the Health Sciences
BIOL 232 - Organismal Biology

ABOUT

Amy is a herpetologist who has worked with endangered amphibians and reptiles. She enjoys teaching students about the wonders of biology, ecology, and the environment. Her research interests include the ecology of lizards, snakes, and turtles in southwestern Virginia.