Amy Ueland

Amy Ueland

Laboratory Coordinator
Teaching Lecturer
Phone: (603) 535-2521
Office: Exploration & Discovery, Boyd Science Center Rm 129, MSC 48, Plymouth, NH 03264


BS, MEd, Plymouth State University

Amy is the Laboratory Coordinator for Anatomy and Physiology, as well as a Teaching Lecturer for the Biology Department. Amy completed her BS in Environmental Science and M.Ed. in Environmental Education at Plymouth State University. Her graduate work involved habitat selection and vegetation analysis for the Canada Warbler.  Amy has always had an interest in human anatomy and physiology. When she returned to the Plymouth area, she began teaching general Biology and Anatomy and Physiology. As her interest grew in human anatomy she worked towards her current position.

Selected Publications/Presentations/Exhibitions

Hallworth, Micheal, Amy Ueland, Eric Anderson, Dan Lambert and Leonard Reitsma. Habitat selection and site fidelity of Canada Warblers (Wilsonia canadensis) in Central New Hampshire.  The Auk 125(4):880–888, 2008


2021 Distinguished Teaching Lecturer Award

Courses Taught

General Biology (superseded by BIDI 1220 and BIDI 1320)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)