I am a teacher in the Biology Department at Bakersfield College. I received a Bachelors in Biology with a concentration in Zoology from Sonoma State University and a Master's in Biology focusing on juvenile turtle growth, growth (thesis project link) also from Sonoma State University.
While completing my thesis, I taught biology labs and served as a Teaching Assistant for Herpetology at Sonoma State University. Through this experience I discovered my love of teaching. After completing my thesis I pursued a teaching credential at Dominican University.
I encourage all of you to familiarize your self with my website. Here you will find a variety of resources designed to help you have a successful year in science.
Here is my contact information. "Zannie" Alexandra Dallara Biology Professor
Herpetological Conservation and Biology 10(Special):100-113. The Role of Incubation Temperature and Clutch Effects in Development and Phenotype of Head-started Western Pond Turtles (Emys marmorata) Nicholas R. Geist, Zannie Dallara and Rebecca Gordon