Biology And Environmental Science Professor
I am able to work at field and laboratory work, organized and detail oriented, I have a creative instruction style. I have abilities in course planning and development, student counseling, knowledge of computer programs: word, excel, power point, Endnote, STATISTICA. I have excellent leadership and interpersonal skills, charismatic, enthusiastic, also a quick learner that readily adapts to new situations.
Calculation of the Ecological Footprint for the University of Oriente
Environmental Education and Management
Full time professor
University of Oriente, Santiago de Cuba
General Botany, Plant Systematic I & II, Plant Physiology, Introduction to Environmental Management, Canadian Environmental History, Ecological Footprint
Head of Plant Biology
Managed the methodological activities of the section (5 professors and 2 technicians), directed the scientific seminars, supervised and evaluated junior teaching assistants for lecture and lab class teaching and tested endorsement for the different subjects in the section.
Chair of Plant Biology Specialization
Basin head PIE, and Santiago de Cuba bay Cuba
Coastal Zone Canada
2008 "Macroalgal blooms in temperate and tropical ecosystem: Basin head PIE, and Santiago de Cuba bay Cuba: Implications for coastal zone management". Oral presentation
Master of Coastal Zone Management Program
Dalhousie University, Marine Affairs Program/Bedford Institute
Advisor: M.Sc. Glyn Sharp Trained on Macroalgae sampling techniques and field work.
Graduate Project for the Master of Marine Management, Advisor, Dr. Patricia Lane
Evaluating the Ecological Footprint of Tourism in Santiago de Cuba Coastal Zone.
Plant Anatomy, Plant Systematic, Monera and Protists
University of Oriente, Plant Biology and Ecology
Student Group Coordinator
Coordinated, evaluated and ranked the subjects for an academic year, as well as the performance of students in each of the subjects (First years from 2002 to 2008; First and Second years from 1996 to 1999)
Undergraduate Researcher; Advisor
Study Center for Industrial Biotechnology
Ph.D. Guillermo Cobas Pupo
Evaluation of CM-95 substance magnetically treated as Inmunostimulant: Thesis in option to the title of Bachelor of Science in Biology. Graduated Summa cume laude
The Ecological footprint as a tool for environmental education
The project leaded the introduction of sustainable development framework into the Biological sciences curriculum. The goal was to foster students to think and act in an environmentally conscious manner and to develop the environmental culture in undergraduate students.