Teaching

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Assistant Professor, University of Colorado Colorado Springs (Fall 2015 to present)

ANTH 1030: Introduction to Human Origins (syllabus)

ANTH 3370: Human Biology and Ecology (syllabus)

ANTH 3350: Forensic Anthropology

ANTH 4330: Parasites in Human Evolution

 

Instructor, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR (2012 to 2015)

ANTH 270: Introduction to Biological Anthropology

ANTH 176: Introduction to Forensic Anthropology (syllabus)

ANTH 362: Human Biological Variation (syllabus)

ANTH 410: Parasites and Human Evolution (syllabus)

 

Graduate Teaching Fellow, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR (2007 to Present)

ANTH 170: Human Origins

ANTH 173: Evolution of Human sexuality

ANTH 176: Introduction to Forensic Anthropology

ANTH 361: Human Evolution

ANTH 270: Introduction to Biological Anthropology

ANTH 366: Human Osteology

ANTH 369: Human Growth and Development

 

Guest Lecturer

Cepon-Robins TJ. 2016. Health effects of food production. Invited speaker for Agricultural Origins class at UCCS. March 28, 2016.

Cepon-Robins TJ. 2015. Evolutionary Mismatch and the Hygiene Hypothesis. Invited speaker for Evolutionary Medicine class at UCCS. November 3, 2015.

T.J. Cepon-Robins (2014). The effects of socioeconomic and cultural change on parasite exposure among the Shuar of Amazonian Ecuador. Invited Speaker for the Association of Anthropology Graduate Students at the University of Oregon. May 30, 2014.

T.J. Cepon (2012). Physical Activity and You: Methods for assessing physical activity. Invited Speaker for ANTH 503/603: Methods in Evolutionary Anthropology.

T.J. Cepon (2011). Helminthes, fecalysis, and blood: The Hygiene Hypothesis and Autoimmune Disorders. Invited Speaker for ANTH 503/603: Methods in Evolutionary Anthropology.

T.J. Cepon and F.C. Madimenos (2011). Methods for assessing physical activity. Invited Speaker for ANTH 503/603: Methods in Evolutionary Anthropology.

T.J. Cepon (2010). Proximate environmental factors: variation in growth and development. Invited Speaker for ANTH 361: Human Growth and Development, University of Oregon.

T.J. Cepon (2010). Autoimmune thyroid disorders in an indigenous circumpolar population: the interplay between cold-stress adaptations and market integration. Institute of Cognitive and Decision Sciences Invited Speaker, University of Oregon.

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