Teaching Program and Activities of TB Henry
2016-2020: External Examiner, the University of Exeter, College of Life and Environmental Sciences, within Biosciences [BSc Biological Sciences (with specialisms, Study Abroad, Professional Placement, Intercalated Biosciences, Infectious Disease, Intercalated Molecular and Cellular Disease)]. Appointed by the Dean of the University of Exeter to examine the Biosciences degree program and to meet the requirements of the QAA UK Quality Code for Higher Education.
2016-Present: Year 1 Coordinator, Biology degree program, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
2013-Present: Associate Professor (Reader), The School of Life Sciences, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, United Kingdom. Postgraduate teaching: course (Module) Practical Skills in Marine Biotechnology (A11PL); Applied Research Design and Analysis (A11AR); undergraduate teaching: Introductory Biology 1 (A17IB); Practical Skills in Biology (A17PS); Research Methods (Biostatistical analysis) (A18RB); Fish Ecophysiology (AMB1.4); intensive short courses in statistical analyses based on R software; Histology and Histopathology Techniques; contribute lectures on various topics in different courses related to physiology, pathology, and ecotoxicology.
2011: Completion of Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (LTHE), University of Plymouth. Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA) (Spring 2011).
2007-2013: Associate Professor (Reader) (2007-2012 RC-UK Academic Fellow), The School of Biomedical and Biological Sciences, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, England. Lecture on various topics in different modules related to physiology, pathology, and ecotoxicology, (undergraduate and postgraduate). Module leader BIOL 3425 “Animal and Human Health”. Direct undergraduate (honors projects) and postgraduate (Mres, Msc) research projects.
2005-Present: Adjunct Professor (2015), Fisheries, Department of Forestry, Wildlife, and Fisheries, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. Teach postgraduate/upper division undergraduate course Aquatic Toxicology, WFS 560; EEB 612/BCMB 612; Teach Biological Microscopy and Fish Histology, WFS 560; Teach toxicoses and fish disease components of Wildlife Disease undergraduate curriculum; co-developed on-line course ‘Bacterial Diseases of Koi’. Routinely contribute video lectures in various courses.
2004: Lecturer– University of Georgia, Department of Environmental Health Science. Responsible for course development and content, and student evaluation for postgraduate course Aquatic Toxicology EHS 8610.
2002-2003: Guest Lecturer– University of Georgia, Department of Environmental Health Science. Postgraduate/undergraduate course ‘Water Pollution’ EHS 4610/6610.
1997-2000: Graduate Teaching Assistant– Department of Fisheries, Auburn University. Gave 10% of class lectures and taught fisheries graduate students the laboratory ‘Fish Morphology and Physiology’(FAA 644).
1996-1998: Graduate Teaching Assistant– Fisheries Summer Camp, Department of Zoology and Forestry, North Carolina State University. Rougemont, NC. Taught 25-30 senior and junior level undergraduate fisheries students water quality testing procedures.
1996: Graduate Teaching Assistant– Department of Fisheries, Auburn University. Assisted with organization of laboratory activities and field exercises for graduate course ‘The Ecology and Management of Riverine Ecosystems’.