NOTEAs of summer 2022, I am serving as Associate Dean of Faculty and am not currently teaching or mentoring research students.

The Biology Department at Bates has an exciting curriculum, with a scaffolded set of research-based courses that students begin in their first year at the college. In that framework, I teach the these things:

  • Evolutionary Biology (Bio 158)
  • Lab-based Biological Inquiry: Host-Parasite Evolution (Bio 195)
  • Biological Research Experience: Molecules to Ecosystems (Bio 204)
  • Evolution and Interactions of Life (Bio 206)
  • Genetics of Conservation Biology (Bio/ES 333)
  • Advanced Topics in Evolution (Bio 355)
  • Avian Biology (Bio s31)
  • Junior Seminar (Bio 460)
  • Seminar and Research in Evolutionary Biology (Bio 476)

At Bucknell and at Southwestern, I taught some flavor of these:

  • Genetics
  • Evolution
  • Ornithology
  • Behavioral Ecology
  • Animal Behavior
  • Lab Methods in Animal Behavior
  • General Biology
  • Ecology
  • Environmental Science