Sara Black
Phone: Position: Ball High Dual Credit Adjunct
Office: Ball High Title: Adjunct - Environmental Science 
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Academic Degree Degree/course credits – Date     Other Qualifications
Texas A&M - College Station Zoology Doctoratal studies
Texas A&M - College Station Zoology Master - 05/2004
Texas A&M - Galveston Marine Biology Bachelor - 12/1998

Galveston Independent School District 08/2007 - Current Teacher & Swim Coach I teach pre-AP chemistry and AP Environmental Science/dual credit. In addition I teach a class called Research and Design. I am also the assistant swimming and water polo coach.
Texas A&M - Galveston 08/2000 - 12/2007 Teaching Assistant I was the teaching assistant for invertebate zoology. I also taught a senior seminar and a course for freshman called Succeeding in Science
University of Texas Medical Branch - Galveston 08/1996 - 08/2002 Research Assistant I was a research assistant in two labs. I made microtome prepartations of brain tissue and did immunocytochemistry. I did HPLC abd bioassays in conjunction with a molluscan pheromone.
The University of Texas - Pan American Coastal Stu 04/1993 - 08/1995 Curator I collected marine animals and was curator of the aquarium facility.
Ambiotec Environmental Consultants 10/1990 - 04/1993 Staff Scientist I conducted wetland delineations and environmental site assessments. I wrote technical reports on my findings to present to lenders and developers.

Behavioral characterization of Attractin a water-borne peptide pheromone in genus Aplysia 08/2003 Biological Bulletin Bioassays conducted to assess the mating behavior of Aplysia
Updated 1/19/2011 - Content Author duyehara