John J. Lepri, Associate Professor, UNCG Biology
John Lepri is interested in varied problems in organismal biology, especially concerning physiology. He teaches courses animal physiology, biological clocks, endocrinology, and vertebrate reproduction. Working with graduate students on the basic reproductive biology of house mice, kangaroo rats and voles, his students have generated 15 masters theses, and he has worked as a professional consultant with pharmaceutical colleagues. Serving in the assessment operations for the College Board's Advanced Placement Biology program has crossed his path with those of many outstanding teachers, and he now pursues scholarly activity related to teacher preparation and student development. He is currently developing and delivering new course content in UNCG's Integrated Science curriculum for future teachers of high-school science classes. He is a co-PI on an NSF grant that helps K-12 students gain access to scientific experiences under the direction of graduate students from UNCG.
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