Michael Grünstäudl (Gruenstaeudl), PhD

Researcher at the Freie Universität Berlin

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Happy first class day 2018

 

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Teaching in spring

In the lab with teachers-to-be and high-school students One of the master-level courses I teach at the Freie Universität Berlin during spring semester, the NatLab Evolution, is geared towards a comprehensive teaching education for upcoming high-school teachers. During this course, we invite high-school students from across Berlin to spend a day in the lab and […]

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Teaching freshmen

Currently, I am teaching a class on botany and global biodiversity to freshman-level students. Although the total number of students signed up for my course is large, and thus I have to guide dozens of students through the course materials every day, I love academic teaching and I hope that the students enjoy the course […]

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Collecting plants for my lab course

Selecting what my be pedagogically valuable Currently, I am teaching a lab course on plant morphology and biodiversity. In order for my students to work on live plant material, I have spent a lot of time in the greenhouses of the Botanical Garden and Botanical Museum Berlin-Dahlem to select appropriate study objects. Here are some […]

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Teaching about the Verts and the Peas

 „On the Birds and the Bees“ for botanists Currently, I am teaching a class on the biodiversity and evolution of flowering plants, particularly from a phylogenetic perspective. I love academic teaching, and I hope my students enjoy the course as much as I do.

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Researcher at the Freie Universität Berlin

Goodbye Ohio State, Hello FU Berlin! I recently joined the Freie Universität Berlin, having conducted my PhD at the University of Texas at Austin and a period as postdoctoral researcher at the Ohio State University. If you are curious about my previous work, here is the link to my old website: https://u.osu.edu/gruenstaeudl/         […]

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