Miguel Adrover Lausell is a High School Biology Teacher with a Bachelor’s Degree in High School Education (Biology) from the University of Puerto Rico. He also has a – half finished – Bachelor’s Degree in Marine Biology from the same institution. He describes himself as a “temporary grad-school dropout, with 1 year of graduate school” (Curriculum Design, Graduate School of Education Eugenio Ma. De Hostos).
8 years teaching the following grades and courses — Junior High (7th & 8th): Biological and Physical Sciences; and High School (10th & 12th): Biology, Environmental Sciences, and AP Biology.
With no formal liberal arts education, the author of this blog has been writing on several web-pages for the last six years: Revista Cruce, Puerto Rico Indie, among others (including his own blog). Adrover has been featured in local newspapers (Primera Hora & El Nuevo Día) for his writing, which includes essays, poetry, film reviews, etc. He’s also the author of La barriga de Diógenes (2014), a collection of poetry that deals with many of the themes discussed in this blog — the cross-pollination between art and science. His second book of poetry, Quantum Weaver Yocahú (2015), also accounts for science & science fiction.