Bro Daniel Klco
Bro. Dan Klco is a lecturer in the Department of Biology, teaching the introductory Biology courses for non-science majors -- BIO-101 and SCI-230 (in the Integrated Natural Science Sequence). He has Master Degrees from the University of Dayton (Biology) and Loyola University of Chicago (Pastoral Studies). Besides teaching the Biology classes, Bro. Dan also teaches two mini-courses: Searching Out Life/Faith Patterns, a spirituality course and Stargazing 101, a non-technical course teaching students to recognize stars, constellations and planets. He is a member of the Society of Mary (Marianists).
The Faculty Perspective
I enjoy teaching biology very much and bring a lot of interest and enthusiasm to my classes. I also believe biology is best learned outside the classroom and I offer a variety of different service-learning extra credit opportunities to get students learning in natural settings. I also believe that one cannot understand the complexities of environmental issues without having some sense of the many interactions that take place within ecosystems, so an ecosystem project is an important aspect of all my Biology courses.
- Master of Biology, University of Dayton, 1992
- Stream monitoring for the Indian Lake Watershed Project