Mrs. Anzelmo started teaching at Loyola in 1996, retiring in 2013. She missed teaching and continued for two more years at Colorado Mountain College and is now at a senior citizen’s educational program on a volunteer basis. She is excited to be back at Loyola on a part-time basis teaching a Biology of Organisms Lab. She has more than 30 years of teaching experience at both the secondary and university level. She hopes to impart a sense of respect, wonder and awe about all of nature and creation to her students, so that we can take better care of our planet and all the living beings that inhabit it.
B.S. in Secondary Education, 1970, University of New Orleans; Master of Arts in Science Teaching, 1986, University of New Orleans
Biology of Organisms, Investigating Nature, Cultural Biology, Plant Natural History, Botany, Economic Botany
Areas of Expertise
Botany, Biodiversity, Environmental Science