Spring 2022

Section 4189 of ANHLT50
Veterinary Anatomy and Terminology -- : Jan 19 - May 20 2022
This section has no regularly scheduled Zoom meetings. The instructor may occasionally schedule optional Zoom meetings for the class, but attendance will not be required at those meetings. The instructor will record any meetings for watching at a later date/time. More details will be provided in the syllabus distributed by the instructor.

Section 5477 of ANAT58
Introduction to Human Anatomy -- : Jan 20 - May 19 2022
This is a hybrid class with required in-person meetings. All labs will occur in person on campus. MANDATORY live lectures, via zoom, will occur during some of the scheduled lecture sessions. To participate in this class, students must have a computer with reliable internet, webcam, and microphone. Cell phones and tablets won’t suffice. Paramedic students should enroll in ANAT 40, not ANAT 58. Medical Assisting students should enroll in ANAT 140. No add codes will be given before the first day of class.

Fall 2021

Section 1027 of ANAT58
Introduction to Human Anatomy -- : Aug 17 - Dec 09 2021
Paramedic students should enroll in ANAT 40, not ANAT 58. Medical Assisting students should enroll in ANAT 140. No add codes will be given before the first day of class.

Section 1612 of ANHLT151
Veterinary Laboratory and Imaging Procedures -- : Aug 19 - Dec 10 2021

Section 2079 of ANHLT50
Veterinary Anatomy and Terminology -- : Aug 19 - Dec 10 2021

Summer 2021

Section 8332 of PHYSIO58
Introduction to Human Physiology -- : Jun 14 - Jul 25 2021
This section involves no live zoom meetings. All meetings and activities will be asynchronous. To participate in this class, students must have a computer with reliable internet. Cell phones and tablets won’t suffice.

Section 8560 of ANHLT50
Veterinary Anatomy and Terminology -- : Jun 14 - Aug 08 2021
The above section has no regularly scheduled Zoom meetings. More details will be provided in the syllabus distributed by the instructor.

No office hours

BA, University of California, Berkeley (Anthropology)

MA, Duke University (Biological Anthropology & Anatomy)

DVM, University of California, Davis (Veterinary Medicine)

Certificate, Association of College and University Educators, (Effective Teaching Practices)

 

Dr Pam Wittenberg joined the SRJC Ag/Natural Resources faculty in fall of 2014, and the Biosciences faculty in 2018. Pam received her veterinary degree from UC Davis, with an emphasis on small animal (dog & cat) medicine, and studied anatomy, paleontology, and animal behavior as an undergraduate and graduate student at UC Berkeley and Duke University. Throughout her academic career, she taught and tutored students at the undergraduate, graduate, and professional levels. In addition to her duties at SRJC, Pam teaches KidVets classes and summer camps in Santa Rosa, where elementary students learn about the wonders of science and animals. When she's not teaching students of all ages about science and veterinary medicine, Pam practices veterinary medicine in Sonoma County.