Department of Biology
 TIM MARET      Professor of Biology


Vernal Ponds

EEB Concentration

Jobs and Internships

Biology Department


Courses that I Regularly Teach:
Ecology, Principles of Evolution, Conservation Biology.

How to Reach Me:
My office is 144 in the Franklin Science Center. My phone number is 717-477-1401. I can also be reached by e-mail using the link at the bottom of this page.

My Research Interests:
My research interests are in the areas of ecology and evolution. Topics that I find especially interesting  include:

  • conservation biology of amphibians and turtles
  • ecology of vernal ponds (to find out more about vernal ponds and the organisms that inhabit them, visit my vernal pond page).
  • roles of competition and predation in regulating populations
I enjoy involving students in research, and have worked with a number of undergraduate and graduate students. To see some of the projects students have conducted, visit my research page. If you are interested in conducting ecological research, I encourage you to contact me.

Ecology and Environmental Biology Concentration (EEB):
Biology majors interested in ecology and the environment can choose to earn a concentration in Ecology and Environmental Biology. To learn more about his program, visit the EEB page.

Jobs and Internships:
I keep a list of organizations that provide job and internship opportunities in ecological and environmental fields. To find out about the availability of jobs and internships, visit the Jobs and Internships page.

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