Eric Mann

Eric Mann, wearing a mask, holding a camera

Position Title
Lecturer

Sciences Lab Building room 2094
Bio

Courses

  • MIC-10, Natural History of Infectious Diseases (Summer 1 and Winter Quarter)
  • MIC-103L, Introductory Microbiology Laboratory (Fall, Winter and Spring Quarters)
  • MIC-197T, Tutoring in the Microbiology Laboratory (Fall, Winter and Spring Quarters)
  • MIC-198, Topics in The Immune System (Summer 1)
  • MIC-198, Topics in Virus Diseases (Summer 2)

Other equally seriously Fun Jobs

  • 1972: Glass Bottom Boat Driver, Aquarena Springs; San Marcos, Texas
  • 1972: Olympic Stadium Usher, XX Olympics; Munich, West Germany
  • 1972-1976: County Bookmobile Librarian; San Marcos, Texas
  • 1976, 1977: Summer Ranger; Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park, Colorado
  • 1978-1980: Flight Attendant; Trans World Airlines (ORD and LAX)

Other equally seriously Fun Interests

  • Binocular Astronomy: I used to teach "Summer Stargazing in San Jose" in the Dorms.
  • History: Imperial Rome, 20th Century Germany, South and Southeast Asia, World War II
  • Geography: North America, Europe, Australia, Asia and The Middle East, Antarctica
  • Music: Adams, Beethoven, Borodin, Debussy, Holst, Prokofiev, Puccini, Rachmaninoff, Rimsky-Korsakov, Shostakovich, Strauss, Tchaikovsky, Verdi, Wagner, Williams
  • Photography: Sony Cyber-shot Samurai and occasional Nikon Ninja
  • Reading (Historical, Espionage, SciFi): Banks, Clarke, Corey, Crichton, Cruz-Smith, Deighton, Forsyth, Harris, Koch, Ignatius, LeCarré, McCarry, Morgan, Robotham, Rucka, West, Winton, Wouk