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Heather Moles, was named Academic Coordinator for Basketball in July 2010 after spending the previous two school years (2008-09 & 2009-10) as learning specialist with the Bradley University basketball
A native of San Jose, Calif., Moles graduated from Duke in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science in psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in biological anthropology and anatomy. She also earned a minor in primatology.
Moles went on to earn a master's degree in applied anthropology in 2004 and later earned a second master's degree in physical anthropology in November 2005. After coaching stints at Stanford (1996-99), USA Field Hockey (1997-2002), Northwestern (1999-00) and Boston University (2000-02), Moles moved into the academic realm.
Moles was a teaching fellow at Boston from 2002-04, where she taught sections of Anthropology 102 while working toward her master's degree. She had a research fellowship at Boston University, where she co-authored a grant proposal focusing on the mutability of SIV to HIV. She also served as summer faculty at Boston, teaching Anthropology 210.