Karin Hodge, MA


Training & Education

Kari Hodge earned her B.S. in animal sciences from the University of New Hampshire.  She worked as a research technician and then as a medical laboratory specialist at the University of Vermont, while earning her MA in curriculum and instruction. She previously worked as an academic advisor in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences at UVM and also taught introductory microbiology and biology classes at the Community College of Vermont. She joined the Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics in 2019.


MMG 1010, First Year Colloquium

MMG 1650 lab, Microbiology and Pathogenesis

MMG 2010 lab, Microbiology and Infectious Disease

MMG 3200, Environmental Microbiology

MMG 3220 lab, Advanced Medical Microbiology

MMG 2994/3994, Teaching Assistantship

MMG 6890, Graduate Teaching Practicum

Featured Publications

Cole Davidson and Karin Hodge. Implementing Online Discussion and Mind Mapping to Investigate a Disease Outbreak. J Microbiol Biol Educ. 2022

Cole Davidson and Karin Hodge. Assessment of Nursing Student Learning Outcomes in Traditional and Online Modalities for a Microbiology Laboratory Course. Advances in Biology Laboratory Education Publication of the Association for Biology Laboratory Education Volume 42,Article 58, 2022.

Students Explored Antimicrobial Resistance in Research Methods Course. CALS What’s Buzzing Newsletter. May 2022. https://site.uvm.edu/cals-news/students-antimicrobial-resistance-course/

Karin Hodge smiling

Contact Information

Office: Stafford 116