Ashleigh Everhardt Queen

Senior Lecturer

Office: Adair Hall 115 A
Phone: 757-221-2777
Email: [[aeeverhardt]]

Area of Specialization

 Human Physiology

Background

Ashleigh Everhardt Queen, Senior Lecturer of Kinesiology & Health Sciences, has an educational background in Biology and Higher Education Administration.  Ashleigh earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a Master of Science in Biology from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.  Her research in her master’s program was centered around understanding differential immune responses in male and female mice when exposed to a bacterial challenge.  Ashleigh also holds a doctoral degree in Higher Education Administration from the William & Mary School of Education.  Her research in her doctoral program investigated the perceptions that STEM transfer student have about the impact of academic advising within their declared major.  Ashleigh currently teaches courses that relate to human physiology and also serves as a Pre-Health advisor to Pre-Nursing and Pre-PA students at William & Mary.

Education

Ed.D. Higher Education Administration, College of William & Mary
M.S. in Biology,  University of North Carolina at Charlotte
B.S. in Biology, Concentration in Cell Physiology, Minor in Interdisciplinary Health Sciences, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Courses Taught
Introduction to the Human Body (KINE 200)
Medical Terminology (KINE 240)
Human Physiology Laboratory (KINE 305)
Microbes in Human Disease (KINE 310)
Microbes in Human Disease Laboratory (KINE 311)
Human Anatomy Laboratory (KINE 315)