Student Illustrations on Scientific American blog!

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Cicada by E. Overbaugh

As a college professor, like all teachers, I relish my students’ successes. Today, I’m a whole jar-full of relish. My students’ work is posted all over a Scientific American blog, Symbiartic. Yay!

Please visit Symbiartic to see lots more student illustrations – and don’t forget to share with all your friends!

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16 thoughts on “Student Illustrations on Scientific American blog!

      • Ooops! Sorry I didn’t see this sooner. I took the class at the University of Washington. Favorite exercise: Cut a twig from a winter deciduous tree or shrub and put it in a vase with water. Draw the twig as it opens and grows using a different drawing technique once a week.

  1. I just read your blog in Scientific American and I’m really fascinated with your course. I double majored in Biology and Studio Art in undergrad and now I’m currently in a PhD program in Cellular Biology. I was wondering if you could recommend how I could bring a course like this to my school.

    Thanks
    Jinelle

    • Hi Jinelle – Thanks so much for your interest in my course. I’m developing a distance training program for teachers – but I’m afraid it’s still a few years from launch. I’d be happy to chat more if you’d like to contact me at my work email address.
      Thanks again!

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