Courses that I Regularly Teach:
Ecology, Principles of Evolution,
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
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.
conservation biology of amphibians
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
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
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