Amanda Robert, MS

Assistant Professor of Biology

Research Interests

  • Human function, biology concepts, and environmental science
Amanda Robert

After teaching at George Fox as an adjunct professor the previous eight years, Amanda Robert began work full time as an assistant professor of biology in the fall of 2021.

In addition to teaching human anatomy and physiology, foundations of biology, environmental science, and general biology lab at the university, she also taught online for Florida State College of Jacksonville for six years, and before that taught as an adjunct professor at Mt. Hood Community College (2013) and College of Western Idaho (2012).

Academic Background

MS, Biochemistry, Univerity of Nevada Reno (2011)
BA, Biology, Western Oregon University (2008)

Research Interests

Roberts' areas of expertise include human function, biology concepts, and environmental science.

Outside the Classroom 

Robert lives in Woodburn with her husband and children: Lilo, Maya and Obadiah (Obi). They attend Grace Chapel in Wilsonville, where she and her husband help in youth ministry. As a family, they enjoy hiking, camping, boating and being outdoors, and she's a big fan of science fiction shows and movies.