Lee Hughes | Department of Biological Sciences

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Lee Hughes

Associate Professor- Microbiology
940-565-4137
Office: 
LIFE A223
Highlights: 
Dr. Lee Hughes's research interests include microbiology and science education.

Dr. Lee Hughes teaches classes in the following subjects: Microbiology, Principles of Biology I, Introductory Biology Research Laboratory I and Careers in the Life Sciences,

Degrees

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Microbiology, University of North Texas
  • Master of Science, Biology University of North Texas
  • Bachelor of Arts, (University Honors), English, Minor: Spanish, University of North Texas

Selected Publications

  • Nucleotide Building Activity. Online learning object published in the ASM MicrobeLibrary (www.microbelibrary.org). American Society for Microbiology (2008)
  • Polymerase Chain Reaction. Online learning object published in the ASM MicrobeLibrary (www.microlibrary.org). (2008)
  • Student Assessment of a Blended-Format Biology Course. In Abstracts of the 2008 American Society for Microbiology Conference for Undergraduate Educators.American Society for Microbiology.

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