Jessica Fultz, M.S.
Instructional Lab Coordinator
Introductory Biology Education
Office: Life Sciences 351
Training and supervising graduate teaching assistants for Biol 1100L, 1101L, and 1102L in regards to each lab exercise, laboratory safety and maintenance, and constructive learning environments.
2005, M.S. Entomology, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT
2001, B.S. Biological Sciences, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT
Jessica Fultz received her undergraduate training at Montana State University (MSU) - Bozeman in biology and biotechnology. After graduation, she worked as a technician for an immunology and infectious diseases laboratory but wanted to experience field research and applied for graduate school. As an entomology M.S. student at MSU, she spent three summers in Central Montana at the Tenderfoot Creek Experimental Forest studying insect and plant interactions. After graduating in 2005 she was hired as an insect diagnostician and pesticide applicator program assistant for the Montana State University Extension Service. She came to Pocatello in August 2007 but continued to work remotely for MSU while teaching as an adjunct instructor for the Department of Biological Sciences at Idaho State University. Upon request from Mary Ann Stoll, the laboratory supplies supervisor at the time, Jessica along with 40 other applicants applied for the instructional laboratory coordinator position and, after the interview process, was hired in May 2008.
O'Neill, K.M., J.E. Fultz, and M.A. Ivie. 2008. Distribution of adult Cerambycidae and Buprestidae (Coleoptera) in a subalpine forest under shelterwood management. Coleopterist's Bulletin. 62, (1), 27-36.
O'Neill, K. M., R. P. O'Neill, S. Blodgett, and J. E. Fultz. 2004. Composition of Pollen Loads of Megachile rotundata in Relation to Flower Diversity (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society. 77 (4), 619-625.
Pocatello, ID 83209-8007