Lauren Kordonowy received her B.A. in Biology at Kenyon College, and she went on to earn an M.Sc. in Biological Sciences from Simon Fraser University. While completing her Ph.D. research in Genomics at UNH, Lauren was a graduate assistant at CEITL. Lauren has worked on STEM education as part of the Davis Educational Foundation Grant for three years.
Lauren is the Teaching & Learning Research Coordinator at CEITL. Her work includes developing and implementing projects for improving learning outcomes in undergraduate courses. Lauren works closely with faculty members to address learning goals in their courses, and she has experience collaborating with faculty across many departments. She also is the producer of the STEM video project, that has produced several videos featuring UNH faculty members from many departments across the sciences
Kordonowy, L., & MacManes, M. (2017). Characterizing the reproductive transcriptomic correlates of acute dehydration in males in the desert-adapted rodent, Peromyscus eremicus. BMC GENOMICS, 18. doi:10.1186/s12864-017-3840-1