Jean  Replicon

Faculty, Biological Sciences

Jean has taught in the Biological Sciences Department at Mission College since 1995. She teaches the Introductory Biology classes where she shares her passion for the natural world with students. This class has both in-person and convenient online sections. Jean also enjoys classes that immerse students in the field, such as Marine Biology and Tropical Ecology. The Tropical Ecology class includes a study abroad component with twelve days of stay at field stations in Costa Rica (see link below). Students wanting research experience closer tohome can work with Jean on one-on-one projects when enrolled in Special Projects in Environmental Studies. Jean is passionate about the environment and is active in the college’s Sustainability Committee and a co-advisor for Ecologic, the environmental student club on campus.

Education

Ph.D in Molecular Biology, with focus in Field Biology, Loyola University of Chicago in 1991

B.A. in Biology, Northwestern University, Evanston in 1984

Courses Taught

BIOSC10 Intro to Biology

BIOSC10L Intro to Biology Lab

BIOSC 16 Marine Biology

BIOSC30 Tropical Ecology   

BIOSC92E Special Projects in Environmental Studies


Fast Facts

My husband and I chose "Replicon" as last name when we married in 1985. Replicon is a term that refers to a DNA or RNA molecule that can copy itself as a unit, beginning at a specific origin of replication

Favorite Quote

When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.

~ John Muir

 

Jean Replicon

Jean Replicon
phone: 408-855-5267
email: jean.replicon@wvm.edu
office: SC1-130

Biological Sciences Dept