Splash Biography

NICOLE DUBE, Biology student with a creative side.

Major: Biology

College/Employer: Clark University

Year of Graduation: 2015

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

I am a person who loves to learn and to share my knowledge with others! I try to make my classes as fun and interactive as possible. I have taught at multiple splashes for over a year and routinely get good reviews.

Past Classes

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S1136: What's a Diatom? in Sprout Summer 2014 (Jul. 12 - Aug. 02, 2014)
A diatom is a unicellular organism that is used for biofuel and green energy. It is well known for looking like pieces of a kaleidoscope. Some species create bioluminescence or shell fish poisoning... and that is just the tip of the iceberg. In this class, we will also learn scientific methods to solving problems about how to create a more efficient ways of producing biofuel and the method behind the madness of marine biologists in the field.

S1139: How to Draw Like an Artist in Sprout Summer 2014 (Jul. 12 - Aug. 02, 2014)
We will learn how to draw what you see using pencil and ink by doing quick 10 minute drawings. This will include: -a sketch where without looking at the paper -a sketch where without lifting the pencil -contour just line drawings -a stick and ink free flowing drawing The result will be a new way to think about drawing!