Precious Daileg

 

Precious Daileg
Biological Science
California State University, Fullerton
Fullerton, CA 92834

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Biography

Precious is currently a senior at California State University Fullerton, majoring in Biological Sciences with a concentration on Cell and Developmental. She works in Dr. Merri Lynn Casem’s education lab, looking at different aspects that influence students’ learning and how to help students perform better in biology courses. She has presented her research, The Effect of Learning Styles on Student Performance in an Undergraduate Biology Course, at the NSM-ICC Symposium 2015. She has also published an abstract in Dimensions titled, Making Connections in a Lower Division Undergraduate Biology Class. Currently, she is working with Dr. Casem in identifying the proteins responsible for the chorion that protects the eggs of the widow spiders, Latrodectus hesperus and Latrodectus geometricus with the use of proteomic techniques. She is also a Supplemental Instruction Leader for the Biology Department with her specialty being Biol 151: Cellular and Molecular Biology. She will be applying to the teaching credential program at CSU Fullerton upon graduation to continue her path to attaining a teaching career in secondary education.
 

Accomplishments

  • (Poster) Daileg, P. and Casem, M.L. (2015). The Effect of Learning Styles on Student Performance in an Undergraduate Biology Course. California State University, Fullerton. Department of Biological Sciences.
  • (Abstract) Daileg, P. and Casem, M.L. (2015). Making Connections in a Lower Division Undergraduate Biology Class. Dimensions. 17, 2.
  • Co-President for Students United with Community Collaborators to Enhance Success in Science (SUCCESS) Club (Present)
  • NSM-ICC Representative for SUCCESS (2014-2015)
  • NSM-ICC Director of Administration (Present)
  • Dean’s List – Fall 2012, Spring 2013, Fall 2014, Spring 2015