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Biology professor honored with Masters in Teacher award

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Dr. Natalie Hyslop was presented with an award that recognizes teachers, entrepreneurs, nurses, craftsmen, and public servants in the community for their commitment and proficiency.

Dr. Natalie Hyslop, associate professor of biology at the University of North Georgia (UNG), was presented with a Masters in Teaching award by Featherbone Communiversity Academy, part of Brenau University.

The Featherbone Communiversity was founded in 2005 as a partnership of local schools and businesses. Its Masters Series honors and recognizes teachers, entrepreneurs, nurses, craftsmen, and public servants in the community for their commitment and proficiency.

"I was very honored to receive this award for teaching. As a professor, teaching, both in and out of the classroom, is a large part of my position and I strive to bring as much knowledge and passion to my efforts daily," Hyslop said.

A wildlife biologist specializing in the study of amphibians and reptiles in the eastern United States, Hyslop currently has 14 papers published in peer-reviewed journals. Her research primarily focuses on understanding resource use and ecological factors that influence patterns of species composition and local population persistence and extinction.

Currently, she is involved with research on Eastern Box Turtles and local amphibian populations.

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