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Andy Dosmann, Ph.D., 
Assistant Professor of Natural Sciences
Accomplishments
  • Ph.D. in Evolutionary Biology from the University of Chicago
  • Served as a fellow at Stanford’s Thinking Matters program
  • Recipient of the Valentine Eastern Sierra Reserve Graduate Student Research Grant
  • Published numerous scientific articles on animal behavior and led expeditions in Thailand, Suriname, Bolivia, and Kenya.

Professor Andy Dosmann has developed and taught award-winning curriculum as a teaching fellow at Stanford University's Thinking Matters program. Fascinated by how animal behavior varies over time, he has also led multiple scientific expeditions in Thailand, Suriname, Bolivia, and Kenya, and has published numerous articles on his findings. Dosmann earned his Ph.D. in Evolutionary Biology from the University of Chicago.

As a teacher, Dosmann believes students learn best when applying creative problem solving skills to real-world situations. He is thrilled to be part of reinventing higher education at Minerva and to work alongside diverse, driven, and intellectually-engaged students.

Professor Dosmann teaches the first-year Empirical Analyses Cornerstone.