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Natural Sciences Faculty

Coming Soon

Joanna Cregan



Phone: 651.846.1729

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Joanna Cregan currently teaches General Biology: The Living Cell (web-enhanced), Environmental Science (online), and Contemporary Issues in Science at Saint Paul College. She was originally hired part-time in the fall of 2004, became a full-time instructor in 2005, and is thrilled to be a part of the fast-growing biology department at Saint Paul College. Joanna received her B.S. in Environmental Biology at Beloit College in WI, after which she attended graduate school at the University of Minnesota. At the U of MN she obtained an M.S. in Plant Biological Sciences while developing a passion for Biology education. Joanna enjoys the challenges and rewards of introducing students to Biology and Science, and of helping them succeed in this challenging but fascinating subject.

Maggie Zimmerman

Maggie Zimmerman


Natural Sciences

Phone: 651.403.4024

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Maggie Zimmerman joined the Natural Sciences Department at Saint Paul College in the fall of 2008, and teaches Physical Geology, Earth Science, Natural Disasters, and Introduction to Oceanography. Maggie received her bachelor's degree from the University of St. Thomas in Geology and Environmental Studies in 2006, and completed her master's degree in Earth and Environmental Science at the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2008. Over the years, Maggie's research has focused on many different aspects of environmental change caused by human activity, including investigating the past climates in southern South America, changing landscapes in Cape Cod, MA, and examining the scientific consensus on global climate change. Second only to her love of Earth Sciences is Maggie's enthusiasm for sharing her knowledge with students and opening their eyes to the amazing Earth processes that go on around them every day.