I am a full professor at King's College, a small liberal arts college in Pennsylvania originally created to provide an education for sons of miners. My favorite part of my job is mentoring undergraduate researchers. I usually have about a dozen who work in my laboratory each year on Biology research. My research interests are broad in order to give the students the opportunity to learn techniques in many different fields. I work on organisms from tapeworms to beetles to frogs and even humans. My research involves physiology, genetics, molecular biology, parasitology, and analytical chemistry. My projects are designed to be meaningful, educational, fundable (especially within the limits of our small budget), and, if all goes well, publishable. All of my research includes undergraduate students and several projects have been published. A few years ago, I even was invited to give a talk in Spain which acknowledged 23 undergraduate researchers. My 150+ students have gone on to medical school, vet school, dental school, graduate school, etc. One is even a top cancer researcher! These results are the most important aspect of my work, but I hope to continue contributing strong results to my scientific fields of interest.