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Dr. Lynn Everett
Professor of Biology

Why I Teach:


“Education made a big difference in my life. I teach at Wesley College in hopes of making a difference in someone else’s life.”

Contact Information

Cannon 103
(302) 736-2310
lynn.everett(at)wesley.edu

Degrees

Ph.D., Physiology, Indiana University
B.S., Biology, Indiana University-Perdue University at Indianapolis

Professional Activities

  • I am currently analyzing multi-year data from my BI210 course to determine whether or not they support the hypothesis that a student’s grade on the first exam is predictive of his/her success or failure in the course. I am also investigating student study habits in hopes of developing early interventions that may lead to a greater student success rate in the course.

  • D'Souza, Malcolm J., Koyoshi, Fumie, Everett, Lynn M., “Structure Activity Relationships (SARs) Using a Structurally Diverse Drug Database: Validating Success of Predictor Tools”, Pharmaceutical Reviews, November 2009

  • D'Souza, Malcolm J., Koyoshi, Fumie, Everett, Lynn M., "Structure Activity Relationship (SAR) Patterns Observed Within a Series of Unrelated Common Consumer Drugs," Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Genomics and Chemoinformatics (BCBGC-09), pages 1-6, ISBN: 978-1-60651-009-4, 2009

  • Everett, Lynn M., “Syllabus for Online Anatomy & Physiology Course”, Human Anatomy & Physiology Society, 2008

Courses Taught

BI210 Anatomy & Physiology I
BI215 Anatomy & Physiology II
BI/ES407/ES507 Experimental and Project Research