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ESP Biography



HANNAH FRANK, ESP Teacher




Major: Biology

College/Employer: Stanford

Year of Graduation: G

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Past Classes

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B3902: Microbes and Mud! in Splash Fall 2014 (Nov. 08 - 09, 2014)
Mud is not just for little children. There's a lot of great biology going on down in the muck. Did you know that there are microbes that breathe metal and ones that will die if they're exposed to oxygen? There's a whole world of bacteria that has nothing to do with the stuff we worry about being in your food. We'll be making and learning about Winogradsky columns (self sustaining microbial ecosystems that fit in a soda bottle) that show the amazing diversity of microbes in a clear, colorful way that you can take home and watch grow.


B3528: Microbes and Mud! in Splash! Spring 2014 (Apr. 12 - 13, 2014)
Mud is not just for little children. There's a lot of great biology going on down in the muck. Did you know that there are microbes that breathe metal and ones that will die if they're exposed to oxygen? There's a whole world of bacteria that has nothing to do with the stuff we worry about being in your food. We'll be making and learning about Winogradsky columns (self sustaining microbial ecosystems that fit in a soda bottle) that show the amazing diversity of microbes in a clear, colorful way that you can take home and watch grow.


B3225: Microbes and Mud! in Splash! Fall 2013 (Nov. 02 - 03, 2013)
Mud is not just for little children. There's a lot of great biology going on down in the muck. Did you know that there are microbes that breathe metal and ones that will die if they're exposed to oxygen? There's a whole world of bacteria that has nothing to do with the stuff we worry about being in your food. We'll be making and learning about Winogradsky columns (self sustaining microbial ecosystems that fit in a soda bottle) that show the amazing diversity of microbes in a clear, colorful way that you can take home and watch grow.


B2083: Herpetology aka Snakes and Lizards and Frogs, Oh My! in Splash! Spring 2012 (Apr. 21 - 22, 2012)
Remember all those animals you weren't supposed to pick up because they were gross? Turns out they're actually really cool. Come learn about reptiles and amphibians with two grad students who are just wild about them. We'll tell you a bit about what makes them so amazing, what you can find around your house and what you really shouldn't touch (aka those pesky rattlers).