Lab Specialist/Technical, Biology
BS, MEd, Plymouth State University
Telephone: 603-535-2521, Option 1
Office: Boyd Science Center, Room 129
About Amy Ueland
After receiving her bachelor’s degree from Plymouth State, Amy returned to complete her NH teaching certification and taught middle school. With a growing family, she took some time off to be a stay-at-home Mom and worked part-time. Because they love the area and outdoor activities, the Ueland family moved to Plymouth in the Spring of 2000 and Amy took a position as Adjunct Professor with the Department while she completed her M.Ed. Her graduate work involved habitat selection for the Canada Warbler. In addition to her adjunct work, in 2006, Amy was hired as the Department’s Technical Lab Specialist and Laboratory Coordinator.
Hallworth, Micheal, Amy Ueland, Eric Anderson, Dan Lambert and Leonard Reitsma. 2008. Habitat selection and site fidelity of Canada Warblers (Wilsonia canadensis) in Central New Hampshire. The Auk 125(4):880–888
General Biology (superseded by BIDI 1220 and BIDI 1320)
Ecology, Evolution and Behavior (BIDI 1220)
Human Biology I (BIDI 2010)
Anatomy and Physiology I and II Lecture (BI 2110 and BI 2120)
Anatomy and Physiology I and II Lab (BI 2130 and BI 2140)
Plagues and Peoples (BIDI 1400)
In the summer Amy teaches an intensive week long camp for middle school students. The camp is held at Plymouth State University and involves five different topic groups. The group Amy teaches is Ecological Expeditions. She and the students travel to local ecological sights to investigate different habitats and the organisms found within them.