Meet Our Faculty /
"I engage students with their eyes, hands and ears in everything I teach, from photosynthesis and mitosis to EKGs and cranial nerves."
Biological and Environmental Sciences
Dr. KimHeym has been teaching at Capital since 1992. As a graduate student at The Ohio State University, she soaked up every teaching opportunity available and discovered her love to teaching while she served as a teaching assistant at OSU's College of Medicine and School of Dentistry.
Vertebrate Physiology 334
Anatomy and Physiology 232
Sophomore Seminar 200
Foundations of Modern Biology 151
Non-Major's Biology 100
Bachelor of Science in Physiology, Michigan Sate UniversityPh.D. in Neuroscience, The Ohio Sate University
Ivery, M. and Lee, N. (2014) Do Music and Science Students Have the Same Learning Styles?Proceedings of The National Conference on Undergraduate Research, April 3-5, 2014: 1313-1321.