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PhD student, 2011-2016; Assistant Professor, Chapman University

Jeremy Hsu


My dissertation research focused on the population genetics of the tuco-tuco, a rodent from South America, where I explored how intrinsic factors (e.g., differences in demography) and extrinsic factors (e.g., environmental perturbations) impacted the evolution and dynamics of these populations over time. During my time at Stanford, I pursued multiple teaching opportunities and served as a teaching consultant with the Center for Teaching and Learning.

I am now an assistant professor at Chapman University, where as a teaching faculty I am able to promote evidence-based teaching practices in the classroom and am involved in biology education research.