Sarah Cooper, instructor of biology, published “Yoga, Anatomy and the Fitness Explosion on Campus” in the winter 2014 issue of HAPS Educator, the journal of the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society. The article was co-written by Arcadia University graduate Spencer Lalk ’13 and both of Cooper’s...
Sarah Cooper teaches in the General Biology (BI101/102) course sequence, which is required of all majors and is an important foundation for upper-level courses. In addition to these courses, Cooper also teaches Human Anatomy (BI205), a course targeted to pre-professional students who are interested in a career in health care. She is the coordinator of the Interdisciplinary Science Courses and an instructor in ID101 and ID102. She is the developer and an instructor in a laboratory course for non-science majors titled Human Biology (BI110), and she frequently teaches a First Year Seminar in Forensic Anthropology. Cooper is the pre-nursing adviser with oversight for the 2+2 pre-nursing program Arcadia maintains with Jefferson University.
Cooper’s professional activities include serving as the Managing Editor of the HAPS-Educator, the international journal of the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society from 2018 to the present, and as Editor-in-Chief from 2011-2018; numerous reviews of texts and lab manuals; and fifty publications including articles on the gut microbiome, treatment options in pancreaticobiliary disease, the anatomical landmarks important in dental implant surgery and Anorexia Nervosa.
Sarah Cooper received the Lindback Foundation Award for Distinguished Teaching in 1985