Alexander C. Theos, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Human Science. He teaches undergraduate science and mentors undergraduate researchers in his cell biology research program. Core courses taught for Human Science major include sophomore-level Molecular and Cellular Fundamentals of Health and Disease (HSCI-310) for which he developed a laboratory component. He also helped develop and co-teaches a two-semester Senior Seminar/Research Internship (HSCI-322/323). In addition, Dr. Theos teaches a cross-listed upper level undergraduate seminar in the Cell Biology of Cancer (BIOL/HSCI-369).
Dr. Theos is an Engelhard Fellow and works with Professor Joan Riley (PI, Human Science) on her ITEL-funded project incorporating ePortfolios into First Year Colloquium courses for freshman undergraduates.