Carlee Carpenter

Professor of Biology

Hi all, my name is Professor Carlee Carpenter and I'd like to welcome you to the amazing world of Anatomy and Physiology!

I am so excited that you are interested in the course and I look forward to assisting you all succeed in your academic and professional careers.

A bit about me:
I received my Bachelor's in Biomedical Sciences and a minor in Studio Art from UCF in 2017 and my Master's in Cellular & Molecular Biology from FIT in 2019. It was during my undergraduate and graduate studies that I discovered my passion for teaching and I have been working with Valencia since January 2020.

Outside of class I enjoy playing video games with my husband, reading, drawing, and exploring nature with my dog.

If you have any questions or would just like to chat, feel free to contact me at any time!


Lake Nona Campus
Room 245


Fall 2022
MW: 1-3 pm
TR: 1:30 - 3:30 pm
or Online through zoom (schedule for an appointment at any time)

A note on taking A&P 1 and 2:
Anatomy and physiology, while a demanding subject, is very rewarding. Think about getting to know yourself more than you ever have before; we spend 2 semesters diving into what functionally and structurally makes you, you! One of my goals in teaching this class is for no one to feel overwhelmed with the content, so I encourage you to reach out as often as you need!

Like all STEM courses, organizing your time well is an important strategy for tackling the content in A&P. Break each section into manageable chunks, and don't forget to give your brain a break during study sessions! I can't wait to see what you all can accomplish! You've got this!