Linda M. Iadarola
Associate Teaching Professor of Biology
Dr. Linda Iadarola is an Associate Teaching Professor of Biology, primarily for Introductory Biology lecture and lab courses. She is also Coordinator for Bio105 and Bio106 Lectures and Labs and Co-Chair of the IDEAL and QSTEP student programs. Prior to her employment at Quinnipiac University, Dr. Iadarola was a Pharmaceutical Biotech Research Scientist at Cognetix, Inc., an Electron Microscopy Research Associate in the Department of Biology (Yale University), and a Clinical Laboratory Technician in the VAMC Department of Virology. Her professional interests include, the science of learning, interdisciplinary course design, technology use in the classroom, and student-centered learning. Dr. Iadarola has been awarded two grants and a faculty fellowship to improve the classroom learning environment, and create interdisciplinary courses and multidisciplinary case studies. She has been an invited speaker in regional conferences regarding problem-based learning and technology for student engagement, and her work on problem-based learning with case studies has been published with the National Cast Study Center at Buffalo and in the peer-reviewed journal, The American Biology Teacher.