Kayleigh M. Harvey Teaching Assistantships at the University of Maryland:

GEOL 204 | Dinosaurs, Early Humans, Ancestors, and Evolution: The Fossil Record of Vanished Worlds of the Prehistoric Past |  Discussion

Course Description: "Examination of evidence used to reconstruct critical events in the history of life by looking at case studies of significant evolutionary origins, transitions, and extinctions; addressing the role of paleontology in human society, including science education, conservation, and the media."

Semesters Taught: Spring 2016

Teaching Assistantships at Albion College:

GEO 101 | Introductory Geology | Lab

Course Description: "A survey course designed for liberal arts students covering many aspects of physical geology, the study of active earth processes. Labs illustrate lecture materials and the techniques used by geologists. One field trip. Complements the material covered in Geology 103; either course can serve as an introductory course in geology"

Semesters Taught: Spring 2015

GEO 103 | Introduction to Earth History | Lab

Course Description: "A survey course designed for liberal arts students and covering many aspects of historical geology, the study of evolving environments and life forms on earth. Labs utilize fossils, rock samples, maps and field trips to illustrate techniques used by historical geologists. Complements the material covered in Geology 101; either course can serve as an introductory course in geology."

Semesters Taught: Fall 2014

CHEM 121 | Structure and Equilibrium | Lab

Course Description: "Basic principles of stoichiometry, atomic and molecular structure, and chemical equilibria, including the study of weak acids and bases in aqueous solution. Proficiency in algebra is expected."

Semesters Taught: Fall 2012

CHEM 211 | Organic Chemistry: Structure, Stability, and Mechanism | Lab

Course Description: "An integrated two-semester introduction to the chemistry of carbon-based molecules--the molecules of life. The structure and stability of carbon compounds, including: nomenclature, physical properties, spectroscopic properties, stereoisomerism and acid-base properties. The physical and mechanistic understanding of organic chemical reactions, focusing on: substitution, addition, elimination and rearrangement reactions. Laboratory involves techniques of synthesis and purification."

Semesters Taught: Fall 2013