Professor of Biology B.S. Biology, University of Missouri (1989) Ph.D. Zoology, Duke University (1996) 134 Winston Hall (336) 758-5596 email@example.com Visit my lab page [link] Areas of Interest Community and Population Ecology, Life Histories and Community Structure, Tropical Conservation Research My primary interests are community composition and dynamics of Andean Read more »
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Assistant Professor of Biology B.S. Zoology, Oregon State University (1997) Ph.D. Biology, Syracuse University (2004) 206 Winston Hall (336) 758-5974 firstname.lastname@example.org Areas of Interest Savanna & Grassland Ecology, Plant Ecology, Large Herbivore Ecology, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Function, Biogeochemistry, Phylogenetic Community Assembly Lab website: http://www.wfu.me/andersonlab/ Research My research focuses on Read more »
Professor of Biology B.S., M.S. University of Dayton (1972, 1974) Ph.D., Syracuse University (1977) 243 Winston Hall (336) 758-5569 email@example.com Areas of Interest Evolutionary Ecology, Effects of Fragmentation on the Genetics of Populations, Biogeography, Reproductive Strategies, Parthenogenesis, Conservation and Environmental Issues Research The field of evolutionary ecology Read more »
Congratulations to T. Michael Anderson, Assistant Professor of Biology, whose proposal entitled “Collaborative Research: Mechanisms of tree recruitment limitation across a savanna soil moisture availability gradient” has been funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Just how many plant species are threatened by land development in the Amazon? Biology Professor Miles Silman and research Ken Feeley published a study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences suggests that the degree to which plant species are threatened is highly location dependent. The article in Read more »