Hi! My name is Rose and I am an experienced educator licensed to teach in the State of Ohio. I hold a Bachelor's degree in Biology and Chemistry, a Master of Science degree in nutritional biochemistry, and a Master of Arts degree in language arts. I have also completed required coursework towards a doctoral degree. I have taught students from K-12 through graduate school in central Ohio. In the increasingly technological age in which we live, a well rounded education at the grade school le... [more]
Bachelor's degree in Biology and Chemistry. Master's degree in Nutritional Biochemistry. Master's research area: copper deficiency as a factor in the etiology of colon cancer.
I hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology from Holy Cross College. I double-majored in Zoology and Chemistry with a minor in Botany. My honors research was on the role of copper-based enzymes in the functionality and structure of the laminin layer in animal GI tracts. I have mentored students in the classroom as well as the laboratory as they pursued scientific research.
As an education director and academic advisor in the College of Engineering (COE) at The Ohio State University (OSU) for over two decades, I have successfully mentored students through the labyrinth of university requirements, policies, and procedures. I have designed and conducted helpful workshops for student success in competitive exams, and guided students in curriculum and research project selection best suited to their aptitudes. For these efforts, I was awarded OSU's prestigious University Distinguished Staff Award and COE's Above and Beyond Award.
I hold a Master of Science degree in Human Nutrition from The Ohio State University. Graduate coursework for this degree included nutritional biochemistry, clinical dietetics, anatomy and physiology, food science, and statistics. I have extensive experience in planning optimal diets for children and adults as well as low-glycemic index diets for diabetics.