Brian Saunders

Brian Saunders
Job Title:
Associate Faculty

Fall office hours: T: 8-9:20 am; 11-12:20 + 2:30-3:20 pm; 4-5 pm

Classes taught: BIOL 144, BIOL 244, BIOL 297, BIOL 299, BIOL&211, BIOL&212, BIOL&213, ENVS 297, ENVS&101, OCEA&101

Employee Bio

I received my BS in Biology and MS in Marine-Estuarine Sciences at WWU.  My emphasis focused on the intertidal ecosystem and the adaptations of marine invertebrates.  I am a strong advocate for conservation and preservation of sensitive habitats, especially in and around Puget Sound.  I have been An instructor at the college level since 1996.  I have taught Biology for majors and non-majors, Zoology, Environmental Science, Oceanography and Marine Biology.  My research aspirations is focused on life in the intertidal zone and the adaptations of the species that live there.  I am always looking for students who are interested in being a part of Marine explorations

Education & Training

B.S., M.S., Western Washington University