Kimberly Beesley

Kimberly Beesley
Kimberly Beesley
Kimberly Beesley Kimberly Beesley
Senior Research Specialist
office. Barstow Hall 11
University of Wisconsin-Superior

Most recent degrees:

2011 - Bachelor of Science (B.S.) - Chemistry w/Forensic Science Concentration - University of Wisconsin-Superior

Non-academic interests:

Kimberly Beesley enjoys many outdoor activities including, but not limited to mountain biking, fishing, and agate hunting. She also spends much of her free time gardening, channeling her creativity with painting and other art projects, and reading.

Areas of knowledge:

Metals (mainly mercury) analysis in fish and other biota, emotional intelligence, and Buddhism

Recent accomplishments:

Co-author of 'Spatial and Ontogenetic Variation in Mercury in Lake Superior Basin Sea Lamprey (Petromyzon marinus)'. This article was published in the 100th volume issue of the Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. I developed and taught IDS 220, Emotional Intelligence.  I co-authored "How Do You Effectively Teach Empathy Skills to Students?," published in 2017 by Jossey Bass as a chapter of Big Picture Pedagogy: Finding Interdisciplinary Solutions to Common Learning Problems.  I presented highlights of the chapter with a co-author, Dr. Maria Cuzzo, at the 2015 OPID Spring Conference. I have participated in international training seminars through Soka Gakkai International, and have held a number of leadership positions within the U.S. organization, SGI-USA.

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