User:Leslie Ann Roldan

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==Background and Education==
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* 2001, PhD (Biology), MIT
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* 1992, BA (English), Stanford
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Leslie Ann Roldan, PhD, is a Lecturer II with Writing Across the Curriculum, and Executive Director of the Cell Decision Process Center, an NIH Center of Excellence in Systems Biology. She holds a BA in English from Stanford University, and a PhD in Biology from MIT, where she trained in biochemistry with Tania Baker. Prior to coming to MIT's WAC program in 2005, she was a scientific editor who commissioned and edited biology college-level text and articles for the web. She currently teaches primarily in the departments of Biology and Chemistry, and her scholarly research focuses on how students develop scientific communication skills through oral presentations and journal clubs.
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Prior to coming to MIT's WAC program in 2005, I was a scientific editor who commissioned and edited biology college-level text and articles for the web. I currently teach primarily in department of Biology, and my scholarly research focuses on how students develop scientific communication skills through oral presentations and discussion leading.
==Resources==
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Revision as of 03:58, 7 February 2012

Contact information

  • Email: lroldan@mit.edu
  • Office: 12-113
  • Office hours: By appointment

Writing instructor for 20.109. Lecturer II in the Writing Across the Curriculum program at MIT, and Executive Director of the Cell Decision Process Center, an NIH Center of Excellence in Systems Biology.

Background and Education

  • 2001, PhD (Biology), MIT
  • 1992, BA (English), Stanford

Prior to coming to MIT's WAC program in 2005, I was a scientific editor who commissioned and edited biology college-level text and articles for the web. I currently teach primarily in department of Biology, and my scholarly research focuses on how students develop scientific communication skills through oral presentations and discussion leading.

Resources

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