Evelyn Kelly worked in Marion County Schools and has been an adjunct professor at Saint Leo University since 1995. She is also a medical writer and has written over 400 articles and published 18 books on subjects, such as human genetics, stem cells, and gene therapy. Kelly attended the University of Tennessee where she studied microbiology and English; with a minor in political science. She has a master’s degree in religion and a PhD in education from the University of Florida. She has presented in the popular Armchair Travel series at MTP and has traveled to 80 countries.
Courses for this term:
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How Florida and the Rest of the U.S. Became Cool: Air Conditioning
Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera: A Love Story Clothed in Intrigue
What You Should Know About Stem Cells
Armchair Travel: St. Augustine in December
Armchair Travel: East Tennessee Adventure
Armchair Travel: In Transylvania Searching For the Real Dracula
Armchair Travels: Magnificent Norway and Sweden- Overland
Surviving Summers In Central Florida
Armchair Travel: Oh, Savannah!