Aubree Hill is an adjunct instructor of Human Anatomy and Physiology at Cumberland. Aubree earned her Master of Science in Biology in 2011, and has been working as a lab coordinator at the Tennessee Tech University Biology Department since 2012. She is currently pursuing a doctorate in Environmental Science (May 2020). Her doctoral research focuses on the microbial ecology of vertebrate skin, and the emerging fungal pathogens of various vertebrate groups, including snakes, bats, and salamanders. She is thrilled to be a part of the Cumberland University community once again, having spent her entire childhood on that campus with her grandmother Dr. Charlene Kozy, a former professor of Political Science and president of CU from 2000-2003. Aubree’s passions include teaching, learning, hiking, canoeing, and snuggling with her two rescue dogs.