Jeanne Andreoli

Jeanne Andreoli

Jeanne Andreoli

Contact

Office: LA303
Telephone: (313) 927-1328
E-Mail: jandreoli@marygrove.edu

Area of Operations

Science, Mathematics

Ph.D. , Associate Professor of Biology; Co-chair Science and Mathematics Department

Jeanne M. Andreoli received her B.S. in Biology and Communications from the University of Michigan Ann Arbor in 1987, her Ph.D. in Molecular Biology and Genetics from Wayne State University School of Medicine in 1994, and completed her post-doctoral training at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. She came to Marygrove in 1997 and has been the Co-chair of the Department of Science and Mathematics since 2006.

Dr. Andreoli has been a faculty pioneer in undergraduate science and math transformation efforts as evidenced through participation in Chatauqua Short Courses, Human Genome Ethics Institutes, and workshops in interdisciplinary science, technology, facilities planning, scientific literacy, and undergraduate research. She has led Marygroves engagement with the well-respected, science-oriented architectural firm, Lord Aeck & Sargent, in the planning of new science facilities at Marygrove.

Jeanne was inducted into Project Kaleidoscopes (PKAL) Faculty for the 21st Century in 2003. She has been the recipient of Colleges Award for Outstanding Faculty Leadership (1999), the Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching (2004), and the Presidential Award for Excellence in Service (2011).

Jeanne Andreoli, 2011 BEN Scholar, a National Science Foundation-funded National Science Digital Library project of the American Association for the Advancement of Science; only Scholar in Michigan and one of ten selected in the US.

Science and Math Overview

Science and Math Overview

Marygrove's Science and Mathematics department teaches students to go beyond simply learning. Through STEM, students are given a foundation to generate new knowledge.

Science and Math Potential Careers

Potential Careers

STEM opens up a world of opportunity. From biotechnologists to computer software engineers, students have a diverse range of career choices.

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