Heather Thieringer

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AB Adviser
Role
Department of Molecular Biology
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Bio/Description

Heather Thieringer is a University Lecturer in the Molecular Biology Department where she has been teaching laboratory courses since 2002. She was a double major in Biology and Psychology at Smith College and received her Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Rutgers University. She helped develop MOL101, a lab course for non-science majors, which she taught for 15 years. She also teaches MOL214: Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Biology in both the fall and spring semesters. In the summer she teaches a research based laboratory course which is part of the Freshman Scholars Institute. She loves developing new research based lab experiments that engage students and allow them to experience the excitement of scientific discovery. She is also the First-Year and Sophomore Advisor for the Molecular Biology Department and is a member of the Undergraduate Studies Committee. She has been a faculty advisor for Mathey College for 17 years..

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Residential College: Mathey

Calendly: https://calendly.com/hthieringer

hthierin@princeton.edu

 

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Michael Olin
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315 Hamilton Hall
Courtney Palmbush
Interim Office Coordinator
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315 Hamilton
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07/08/2022
Stacey Sinclair
Head of Mathey College
Professor of Psychology
Jon Gertner
Council of the Humanities
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Council of Humanities
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Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
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Ilhan Aksay
Community Fellow
Emeritus Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering
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Deborah Amos
The Council of the Humanities
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