Sarah Bodbyl Roels
BioLogos Advisory Council, BioLogos Voices
Sarah Bodbyl Roels is a faculty developer at the Trefny Innovative Instruction Center, Colorado School of Mines. She enjoys helping instructors at all levels improve effective classroom teaching and learning. Sarah earned her doctorate in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the University of Kansas, where she studied mating system evolution, behavioral ecology, and conservation. As a senior scientist at Michigan State University, Sarah gained extensive experience developing curriculum modules, managing teacher networks and professional development, designing workshops, collecting data in the classroom, and creating educational media.
Sarah is a member of the BioLogos Voices speakers bureau, the Advisory Council, and the BioLogos INTEGRATE curriculum development team. Sarah passionately explores the relationship between science and faith and appreciates opportunities to learn from others and share her experiences as a Christian evolutionary biologist.
She and her husband Steve, also a scientist, are avid birders and their family includes a horse, a donkey, a dog, and numerous chickens.
Scientists Find Feathered Dinosaur Tail Preserved in Amber
In December 2016, a special tuft of feathers were found in a piece of amber. This stunning discovery provides more evidence of an evolutionary link between birds and dinosaurs.