I retired in May 2013 and thus am no longer teaching.

Each fall semester I taught Biology 306 - Mammalogy to students who are primarily in our Wildlife Biology Program.

I taught Biology 301 - Developmental Biology every spring semester. Students in this course come primarily from the Science option of the Organismal Biology and Ecology Program as well as pre-medical and pre-veterinary students. Each semester I also offer a "Field Techniques in Mammalogy" course, Biology 486. This course allows students to gain valuable "hands-on" experience working with my lab on current research projects.

I also taught Biology 486 - Field Techniques in Mammalogy each semester and, in a condensed fashion following each spring semester. This course is intended to provide students with "hands-on" field experience in the capture and handling of small mammals, and in other techniques for assessment of wildlife populations.

collage of students working and conducting research in nature