Name: Jennifer PugliaSchool: UCTECH and AITSubject: Biology, Sustainability, and Anatomy and PhysiologyClassroom/Bldg.: West Hall Room 807Phone Ext:Email: email@example.comWelcome to my page! I teach Biology to freshman, Sustainable Design and Engineering to sophomores, and Anatomy and Physiology to juniors and seniors. I was a research scientist and clinical microbiologist before I began teaching biology. I have worked at Union County Vocational Technical High School since 2003. I earned my bachelor’s from the University of Delaware and my graduate degree in Molecular biology from Rutgers University. I love teaching.Please click on one of the links to the left to get started. Please also make sure to read the directions at the top of each page for help navigating. Have fun!If you are visiting for AFTER YOU TIE DYE:
-Keep the bag tightly closed so as to keep the shirt moist. BE PATIENT!!
-Let the dyes react completely by allowing them to sit undisturbed for 24 hours.
-After 24 hours, remove the shirt from the bag (BE CAREFUL NOT TO TOUCH IT TO OTHER CLOTHES/FABRICS!!) and rinse it with warm water until two things happen 1) the water runs clear with no color showing up, and 2) the shirt no longer feels slippery.
-Wash the shirt in a washing machine set on HOT with the dish detergent (Joy, Dawn, or Ivory—only a tablespoon!).
-Dry the shirt on the hottest dryer setting.
-Once the shirt is completely dry, it is safe to wear and to wash again later with dark colors!!