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Amy Sibul

Instructor Lecturer, Community Engaged Learning Coordinator

Office/Building: Bldg 44 215
Phone: 801-585-7472

Research Statement

Amy Sibul's scientific background is in wildlife and plant ecology, though she has always prioritized community service and outreach in her professional experience. Amy is interested in having substantive conversations about conservation biology with those outside of the discipline and unfamiliar with the science. She also wants every interested student to have access to hands-on, applied opportunities that enrich and deepen the student's educational experience.

Courses Taught

  • Biol 2400: Principles of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
  • Biol 3470: Conservation Biology
  • Biol 4965: Independent Internships
  • Biol 4955: Wildlife & Conservation Ecology Independent Research
  • Biol 3470: Conservation Biology