Splash Biography



HANNAH NIKOLE ALMONTE, ESP Teacher




Major: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology

College/Employer: Yale

Year of Graduation: 2019

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Past Classes

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E3371: Introduction to Evolutionary Biology in Sprout Fall 18 (Sep. 29 - Oct. 13, 2018)
Have you ever wondered about the relationship between birds and dinosaurs? Why do male deers have antlers? Why do dogs look different? Evolutionary biology is the study of the mechanisms that produce the diversity of life on Earth. In this class, we will explore the idea of natural selection as proposed by Darwin and examine the role of evolutionary biology in unifying the other biological sciences.


S3248: Introduction to Evolutionary Biology in Splash Spring 18 (Apr. 07, 2018)
Have you ever wondered about the relationship between birds and dinosaurs? Why do male deers have antlers? Why do dogs look different? Evolutionary biology is the study of the mechanisms that produce the diversity of life on Earth. In this class, we will explore the idea of natural selection as proposed by Darwin and examine the role of evolutionary biology in unifying the other biological sciences.


E3055: Introduction to Evolutionary Biology in Sprout Spring 18 (Feb. 17 - Mar. 03, 2018)
Have you ever wondered about the relationship between birds and dinosaurs? Why do male deers have antlers? Why do dogs look different? Evolutionary biology is the study of the mechanisms that produce the diversity of life on Earth. In this class, we will explore the idea of natural selection as proposed by Darwin and examine the role of evolutionary biology in unifying the other biological sciences.


H2366: Introduction to Spanish Language and Culture in Splash Fall 16 (Nov. 05, 2016)
¡Bienvenidos! This class will serve to teach basic introductory Spanish phrases. We will also be learning about aspects of Spanish culture as well!


C1860: How to Talk When It Matters in Sprout Spring 16 (Feb. 13 - 27, 2016)
Do you freeze up while presenting? Do you rely too much on your notes? Fear not—this course will show you how to think on top of your toes and be confident when speaking in front of others. This class will also provide tips on how to resolve conflicts and be comfortable during college interviews.