Teresa Tibbets, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor of Field Science
Dr. Tibbets earned her doctoral degree in biology at the University of New Mexico, where she studied river ecology and taught undergraduate courses in biology, limnology, and plant physiology. In addition to teaching field science for Wyoming Catholic College, she has taught botany for the University of Wyoming, where she currently holds an adjunct assistant research professor position. Dr. Tibbets has conducted field research of rivers across the globe, from the arctic tundra of Alaska to the forested valleys of Galicia, Spain. She spends her summers studying streams in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks and locally in the Wind River mountains.