Margaret Bryer, Ph.D.
Carnegie Mellon University:
Animal Minds, lecture, Department of Psychology (Spring 2022, Spring 2021, online)
I co-taught this introductory cognitive science course that utilizes the perspective of comparative cognition.
Hunter College City University of New York (CUNY):
Human Biology Senior Capstone, seminar, Human Biology program at Hunter College (Summer 2020, online)
I taught this upper-level undergraduate seminar during which students discuss controversial issues in human biology and develop and complete their interdisciplinary human biology capstone projects.
The Human Species, lectures, Department of Anthropology, Hunter College (Fall 2017, Winter 2017, Summer 2016)
In Fall 2017, I taught a lecture section with 120 students enrolled of a course developed by Dr. Herman Pontzer covering human biology and behavior from an evolutionary perspective. I have also taught accelerated winter and summer versions of this course. This is a core course for the interdisciplinary Human Biology program at Hunter College.
The Human Species labs, Department of Anthropology, Hunter College (Fall 2018, Spring 2018, Fall 2017, Spring 2017)
Introduction to Human Evolution labs, Department of Anthropology, Hunter College (Fall 2018, Spring 2018, Fall 2016, 2011-2012)
Anthropology of Sex, lectures, Department of Anthropology & Archaeology, Brooklyn College (Fall 2013, Spring 2014)
I created and taught a new lecture course that covers the evolutionary biology of sexual behavior and anatomy in humans, nonhuman primates and other animals.
Human Origins, lectures, Department of Anthropology & Archaeology, Brooklyn College (Fall 2014)
I taught an introduction to biological anthropology lecture course.