Ohio Dominican University

Ecology is an upper level course covering the interactions between organisms and their environment. These interactions determine the presence and abundance of species in nature. This is a broad topic that has important ramifications for biology, medicine, and many other disciplines (and general life). I consider this to be an important course for students, as it encourages them to think about the world and its species in different ways. I teach this course during the spring and had a summer section in 2016. The 2013 syllabus is available here.

Ecology students examining an Eastern Garter Snake (Thamnophis sirtalis)

Ecology students capturing fish in Alum Creek



Back to Teaching Portfolio

Curriculum Vitae