Dr Jeanne Young

Senior Lecturer

College of Science and Engineering

place Biological Sciences (IST 356)
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

I am a Senior Lecturer (Teaching Specialist ) in Natural Sciences. My reserarch background is evolotionary ecology and physiology of reptiles and ampibians and Improving the student experience and learning in tertiary education through innovative engaging teaching.

My current teaching focuses on cross curriculum STEM Professional skills and Biostatistcs education of undergraduates in enrolled in science degrees.

I am currently an adjunct supervisor of two HDR students in the area of Amphibian Conservation and Ecology.

Key responsibilities

Teaching Program Director of Natural Sciences

Senior Lecturer Teaching Specialist Natural Sciences

Higher Education Research Group of Adelaide Flinders Team Member

Adjunct Supervisor HDR Amphibian Conservation and Ecology

Teaching interests

STEM skills in HIgher Education

Biostatistics Education

Anatomy and Physiology

Ecology and Evolution

Topic coordinator
STAT1122 Biostatistics
STEM1001 Nature of STEM
BIOL2701 Biostatistics 2
BIOL8471 Biostatistics 2 GE
BIOL7720 Honours Research Design and Statistics
Topic lecturer
BIOL2722 Disease and Immunology
BIOL1101 Evolution of Biological Diversity
BIOL2701 Biostatistics 2
BIOL8471 Biostatistics 2 GE
STEM1001 Nature of STEM
BIOL7720 Honours Research Design and Statistics
BIOL7710 Honours Critical Readings
Supervisory interests
Tertiary science teaching and learning
Higher degree by research supervision
Associate supervisor: Amphibian Conservation (2)