Aggie Veld

Associate Professor

Biological Sciences, School of STEM

As a full-time professor and mother of four, Dr. Veld enjoys identifying teaching strategies that affect students’ perception of biology to life. She is passionate about combining learning styles and current effective teaching strategies with her love for biology. She artfully blends her love for Olivet’s students and the gift of life that God gave us to celebrate.

With more than 35 years of teaching experience, Dr. Veld teaches biological connections with everyday life. Courses include: general biological science, lecture and lab; and anatomy and physiology labs. She also serves as an advisor for biology and zoology majors.

She is a member of the National Science Teachers Association and is the faculty sponsor for the student chapter of the National Science Teachers Association and the Equestrian club.

In her leisure time, she enjoys bicycling, cooking, the arts and watching the Chicago Blackhawks win! Travel is at the top of her agenda, trumped only by the arrival of her first grandchild in July 2013.

Dr. Veld has two sons, Noah and Jonah; two daughters, Naomi and Emma; and eight grandchildren. They never never play practical jokes on anyone, without including her — it’s a family rule.