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       "Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge." Charles Darwin 

Welcome to my Web Page!!!  Since 2000, I have been on the faculty at the University of Arizona, where I am currently an Professor of Wildlife and Fisheries Science and teach courses in General Ecology, Applications of Behavioral Ecology to Conservation Biology, and Small Mammal Conservation and Management.  My research interests are focused on the conservation and behavioral ecology of vertebrates, most recently the ecology of rare tree squirrels and an uncommon social carnivore, the coati.  This page provides much more information about me than you likely care to know (unless you are my Mom!) so select your specific area of interest from the list below:

   *---Courses and Course Related Materials

                         Information on the courses that I teach

  *---Prospective Graduate Students...Information on my Research Group and Helpful Links

  *---Advisees...Information for my Advisees

  *---Research Interests/CV

                         Learn more about my research interests, background, and
                         student collaborators

*---Career Information for Students...Under Revision and Updating Links

          Summer Research Experiences/Jobs/Internship Links
          Graduate School Information
          Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Information
          Medical School Information
          Environmental Law Information
 



If you have comments or suggestions, email me at squirrel@ag.arizona.edu


 
 

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