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					                                         CURRICULUM VITAE

                                            JANET HODDER

                                    Oregon Institute of Marine Biology
                                          University of Oregon
                                             P.O. Box 5398
                                         Charleston, OR 97420

                                    Telephone: (541) 888-2581 Ext. 215
                                       E-mail: jhodder@uoregon.edu

                                              EDUCATION

Ph.D. University of Oregon. 1986.

Rotary International Scholar. University of Oregon. 1979.

B.Sc.(Honours) Marine Biology, Class 2(i). University of Liverpool, England. 1977.


                                     PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

2007 – present. Director, Center for Ocean Science Education Excellence (COSEE) - Pacific Partnerships.
  One of twelve centers in the COSEE network COSEE –PP is based at marine laboratories in Oregon,
  Washington, California, & Hawai'i with a goal is to integrate research & education for community colleges
  & informal science education professionals & volunteers.

1986 – present. Academic Program Coordinator, Oregon Institute of Marine Biology (OIMB).
        1990 – appointed Administrative Assistant Professor
        Summer 1990 – Acting Director, Oregon Institute of Marine Biology
        1996 – appointed Administrative Associate Professor
        1997-1998 Acting Associate Director, Oregon Institute of Marine Biology

1985 – 1989. Developer and Coordinator of the East/West Marine Biology program, a program run jointly
  by the University of Oregon and Northeastern University that provided three quarters of instruction for
  upper division biology majors in Oregon, Jamaica, and Boston.

1977 – 1979. Staff Scientist Dorset Underwater Survey.

                                          GRANTS AWARDED

2007 – 2012 National Science Foundation Center for Ocean Science Education Excellence Pacific
  Partnerships (COSEE Pacific Partnerships) Award. PI with co-PIs George Boehlert, Kerry Carlin-Morgan,
  Shawn Rowe. ($2,589,087) www.coseepacificpartnerships.org/

2007 – 2010 National Science Foundation Graduate Teaching Fellows in K-12 Education (GK-12)
  co-PI with Alan Shanks, OIMB ($1,792,472) www.uoregon.edu/~oimb/Academics/GK12/
2007 NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates Award for Amanda Parvese, Rochester Institute of
Technology ($9,600)

2007 NSF Research Experience for Teachers Award for Ryan Johnson, Olympia High School ($9,715)

2005 – 2008 National Science Foundation DUE Course Curriculum and Laboratory Improvement Program –
  National Dissemination, supplement for “Faculty Institutes for Reforming Science Teaching through Field
  Stations: FIRST II’. http://www.first2.org co-PI with Diane Ebert-May, Michigan State University.
  ($200,000)

2005 US Fish and Wildlife Service Funds for a summer intern in coastal bird research ($2,500)

2003 - 2007 National Science Foundation Graduate Teaching Fellows in K-12 Education (GK-12) co-PI with
Alan Shanks, OIMB ($1,487,132)

2003 Oregon Sea Grant - Marine Curriculum Development in the Coos Bay and North Bend School
  Districts. ($11,230)

2001 - 2008 National Science Foundation DUE Course Curriculum and Laboratory Improvement Program –
  National Dissemination, “Faculty Institutes for Reforming Science Teaching through Field Stations:
  FIRST II” ($999,875). http://www.first2.org co-PI with Diane Ebert-May, Michigan State University

1998 - 2001 National Science Foundation Undergraduate Faculty Enhancement Program, “Faculty Institutes
  for Reforming Science Teaching through Field Stations” ($299,999) co-PI with Diane Ebert-May,
  Michigan State University

1998 National Science Foundation Field Station and Marine Laboratory Facilities Improvement program,
  “Computer network upgrade at the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology”. ($35,000)

1995 National Science Foundation Instrumentation and Laboratory Improvement Program, "Instrument
  acquisition in support of marine biology curriculum". ($44,800)

1994 Coastal Zone Management Association - funds to conduct a summer session course, Field Methods in
  Resource Monitoring - A Biological Inventory of the Rocky Shore (Bi 408/508). ($13,000) Data collected
  by students was used by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife to assist with decisions about rocky
  shore management for the state's Ocean Policy Advisory Council.

1992 Recipient of the University of Oregon's Williams Professorship Recognition Award for the purchase of
  computer equipment for undergraduate use at OIMB. ($2,500)


                                               TEACHING

2007 Awarded Williams Fellowship, which recognizes outstanding teachers at the University of Oregon.

                      Courses taught at the University of Oregon since 1986
BI 608 GK12 Communicating Ocean Science (2cr each term) A seminar for graduate students participating
 in the OIMB GK12 program Fall, winter ad spring terms. (2004 - 2009)

BI 458 Marine Environmental Issues (5cr) An upper division course that meets one eight hour day/week
 during fall term at OIMB. (2004 - 2009)

BI 455/555 Marine Birds and Mammals. (6cr) An upper division and graduate level course that meets two,
 eight-hour days/week during summer session at OIMB. Involves field and lab exercises, discussions, and
 lectures (1986 – 2009).

BI 354 Vertebrate Form and Function. (4cr) A course for biology majors taught at OIMB during fall term
 (1990 –1997, 2001- 2003).

BI 199 Habitats of The Oregon Coast (1cr). A weekend course for non majors at OIMB taught in
 conjunction with all OIMB faculty (2002-2007).

ES 411/511 Marine Environmental Issues (4cr) and BI 457 The Biology of Marine Environmental Issues
 (5cr). Co-taught with Alan Shanks. A course for biology and environmental studies/science students
 taught in fall term at OIMB (1998 – 2000).

BI 607 Graduate seminar: Teaching at the College Level (2cr) A seminar for graduate students at OIMB on
 teaching at the college level (1996).

BI 199 Wetland Restoration Biology. (2cr) A Hughes seminar taught on main campus for freshman (1995).

BI 199 Management Issues in the Oregon Coastal Ecosystem. (2cr) A Hughes seminar taught on main
 campus for biology freshman (1993).

BI 107 Marine Biology. (4cr) A non-majors course taught at OIMB (1989 – 1990)

BI 408 The Biology of Natural Resources. (4cr) A course at OIMB that focused on the biology of forest and
 marine resources (1989 – 1990).

BI 408 Coastal Biology of Jamaica. (4cr) A course for biology majors taught during the East/West Marine
 Biology Program in Jamaica (1985 - 1987).

                          PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES

2008- 2009 – National advisory committee member Northwest Center for Sustainable Resources.
2008 - Member of an NSF funded field station planning team for the El Verde Field Station, University of
  Puerto Rico.
2007 – Chair, Marine Birds Committee Wave Energy Ecological Effects Workshop, Oregon State
  University.
2007 - Member of the NSF review panel for the Course Curriculum and Laboratory Improvement program.
2007 - Member of an NSF funded field station planning team for the Orange County Community College.
2006 – 2008 President, Organization of Biological Field Stations.
2006 - Member of an NSF funded field station planning team for the Finger Lakes Community College Field
  Station, Canandaigua, New York.
2006 – Invited participant Center for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence (COSEE) national planning
  meeting, Washington DC.
2005 - Steering committee member for the National Marine Mammal Stranding Conference.
2004 – Invited participant “Communicating Ocean Science Workshop” – California Center for Ocean
  Sciences Education Excellence (COSEE) UC Berkeley.
2003 – Member of an NSF funded field station planning team for the Moorhead Prairie Field Station at
  Minnesota State University.
2002 – present – Member of the Important Bird Area Committee. Oregon Audubon Society.
2002 – Member of an NSF funded field station planning team for the Trinity College Church Farm Field
  Station, CT.
2002 – Organizing committee for an NSF sponsored workshop on Education and Recruitment into the
  Biological Sciences: The Role of Biological Field Stations.
1999 – 2002. Member Environmental Science Technical Review Committee, Southwestern Oregon
  Community College.
1999 – Member of an NSF funded field station planning team for the St. Croix Field Station, Science
  Museum of Minnesota.
1999 – Visiting scientist - Stenella Abundance Cruise Leg V – RV David Starr Jordan in the eastern tropical
  Pacific.
1998 – Member of an NSF funded field station planning team for the Turtle Cove Field Station at Southern
  Louisiana State University.
1997 Organized and hosted the annual meeting of the Organization of Biological Field Stations at
  OIMB.
1995 – 97 Member of the NSF panel for the Field Stations and Marine Laboratory Facilities Improvement
  program.
1995 – Invited participant to an NSF sponsored workshop, “A New Horizon for Biological Field Stations and
  Marine Laboratories”, Santa Fe, NM.
1994 - Invited lecturer on marine mammals by the School for Field Studies in La Paz, Baja California.
1992 - Organized the meeting and planned the scientific program for the Pacific Seabird Group annual
  meeting. Charleston, OR.
1992 Visiting scientist Johnston Atoll National Wildlife Refuge. Research on foraging energetics of Wedge-
  tailed Shearwaters.


                                            PUBLICATIONS

Hodder, J. 2009. What are undergraduates doing at biological field stations and marine laboratories?
 Bioscience 59: 666-672.

Messinger O., S. Schuette, J. Hodder and A. Shanks, 2009. Bridging the gap: spanning the distance between
 high school and college education. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7 (4) 221-222.

Ebert-May D. and J. Hodder. 2008. Pathways to Scientific Teaching. Sinauer Associates.

Ebert-May D, E. Weber, J. Hodder and J.M. Batzli. 2006. Analyzing results: the tip of the iceberg. Frontiers
 in Ecology and the Environment 4(5):274-275.

Hodder J, D. Ebert-May and J.M. Batzli. 2006.Coding to analyze students thinking. Frontiers in Ecology
 and the Environment: 4(3):162-163

Batzli JM, D. Ebert-May and J. Hodder. 2006. Bridging the pathway from instruction to research. Frontiers
 in Ecology and the Environment 4(2):105-107.

Ebert-May D. and J. Hodder. 2006. What’s next for the Pathways series? Frontiers in Ecology and the
 Environment 4(1):43-44.

Richmond C, D. Ebert-May, and J. Hodder. 2005. Lyme disease: a case about ecosystem services. Frontiers
 in Ecology and the Environment 3(10):557-558.

Hodder J, G. Middendorf, and D. Ebert-May. 2005. Problem solving: a foundation for modeling. Frontiers
 in Ecology and the Environment 3(9):501-502.

Nagel L.M., D. Ebert-May, E. Weber and J. Hodder. 2005. Learning through peer assessment. Frontiers
 in Ecology and the Environment 3 (7):390-391

Hodder, J., D. Ebert-May, K. Williams, and D. Luckie. 2005. Unraveling complexity: building an
 understanding of Everglades restoration. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3(7):170-171.

Derting, T. L, D. Ebert-May, J. Hodder, and E. P. Weber. 2005. Determining confidence: sex and statistics.
  Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3(6):338-339.

Ebert-May, D., D. Linton, J. Hodder, and T. Long. 2005. Active Homework - preparation for active classes.
 Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3(5):283-284.

Finelli C., D. Ebert-May, and J. Hodder. 2005. Collaborative learning - a jigsaw. Frontiers in Ecology and
  the Environment 3(4):220-221.

Ebert-May, D., J. Hodder, E. Weber, and D. Luckie. 2005. Unleashing problem solvers: from assessment to
  designing research. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3(2):101-102.

Williams, K. S., D. Ebert-May, D. Luckie, and J. Hodder. 2004. Ecological controversy: analysis to
 synthesis. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2(10): 546-547.

Ebert-May D, K. Williams, E. Weber , J. Hodder, D. Luckie 2004. Practicing scientific inquiry: what are
 the rules? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2(9): 492-493

Williams, K. S., D. Ebert-May, D. Luckie, J. Hodder, and S. Koptur. 2004. Novel assessments: detecting
 success in student learning. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2(8): 444-445

Hodder, J., D. Ebert-May, K. Williams, and D. Luckie. 2004. Marine Pathology: revealing the ocean's
 etiology to earthbound students. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2(7): 383-384.

Ebert-May D, K.Williams, D. Luckie, J. Hodder . 2004. Climate change: confronting student ideas.
 Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2(6): 324-325.

Ebert-May, D., J. Hodder, K. Williams, and D. Luckie. 2004. Pathways to scientific teaching. Frontiers in
 Ecology and the Environment 2(6): 323.

Norman, S. A., C. E. Bowlby, M. S. Brancato, J. Calambokidis, D. Duffield, P. J. Gearin, T. A. Gornall, M.E.
 Gosho, B. Hanson, J. Hodder, S. J. Jeffries, B. Lagerquist, D. M. Lambourn, B. Mate, B. Norberg,
 R.W. Osborne, J. A. Rash, S. Riemer and J. Scordino. 2004. Cetacean strandings in Oregon and
 Washington between 1930 and 2000. J. Cetacean Management 6:87-99.

Carlton J. T. and J. Hodder. 2003. Maritime mammals: terrestrial mammals as consumers in marine
 intertidal communities. Marine Ecology Progress Series 256:271-286.
Hodder, J. 2003. Fork-tailed Storm Petrel. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall,
 M.G. Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis. Pgs: 47-48.

Hodder, J. 2003. Leach’s Storm Petrel. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G.
 Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis. Pgs: 48-50.

Hodder, J. 2003. Brandts Cormorant. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G.
 Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis. Pgs: 54-56.

Hodder, J. 2003. Pelagic Cormorant. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G.
 Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis. Pgs: 58-59.

Hodder, J. 2003. Black Oystercatcher. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G.
 Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis. Pgs: 209-210.

Hodder, J. 2003. Western Gull. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G. Hunter
 and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis. Pgs: 270-272.

Hodder, J. 2003. Glaucous-winged Gull. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall,
 M.G. Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis. Pgs: 273-274.

Hodder, J. 2003. Common Murre. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G.
 Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis. Pgs: 286-288.

Hodder, J. 2003. Pigeon Guillemot .The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G.
 Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis. Pgs: 288-290.

Hodder, J. 2003. Ancient Murrelet. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G.
 Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis. Pgs: 293-294.

Hodder, J. 2003. Cassin’s Auklet. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G.
 Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis. Pgs: 294-295.

Hodder, J. 2003. Rhinoceros Auklet. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G.
 Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis. Pgs: 295-297.

Hodder, J. 2003. Horned Puffin. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G.
 Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis. Pgs: 297-298.

Hodder, J. 2003. Tufted Puffin. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G. Hunter
 and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis. Pgs: 298-299.

Hodder, J., R. Brown, and C.Cziesla. 1998. The northern elephant seal in Oregon: a pattern of regular
 onshore occurrence and breeding range expansion. Marine Mammal Science 14:873-881.

Carlton, J. T. and J. Hodder. 1995. Biogeography of coastal marine organisms: Experimental studies on a
 replica of a sixteenth century sailing vessel. Marine Biology.121: 721-730.

Ferrero, R. C., J. Hodder, and J. Cesarone. 1994. Recent strandings of rough-toothed dolphins (Steno
  bredanensis) on the Oregon and Washington coast. Marine Mammal Science 10:114-116.

Hodder, J., J.T. Harvey, M.R. Graybill, R.F. Brown, and B. Ebberts. 1992. An outbreak of probable
 Leptospirosis in California sea lions along the Oregon coast during fall 1984. Northwestern Naturalist.
 73:37-41.

Hodder, J. and M.R. Graybill. 1985. Reproduction and survival of seabirds in Oregon during the 1982/83 El
 Nino. The Condor 87:535-541.

Graybill, M.R. and J. Hodder. 1985. Effects of the 1982/83 El Nino on the reproductive success of six
 species of marine birds in Oregon. Proceedings of the 1982/83 El Nino Effects in the Subartic Pacific
 Conference. Washington Sea Grant Publication.

Book Reviews

2001 Song for the Blue Ocean:Encounters Along the World's Coasts and Beneath the Seas by Carl Safina.
       Marine Ornithology Vol. 29: 19

2001 Beached Birds by Todd Hass and Julia Parrish. Pacific Seabirds 28:104

Reports

M, Klug, J.Hodder and H. Swain. 2004. The Role of Biological Field Stations in Education and
 Recruitment into the Biological Sciences. Report of a Workshop, “Education and Recruitment into the
 Biological Sciences: Potential Role of Field Station and Marine Laboratories”, Washington, D.C. 31pp

Hodder, J., S. J. Rumrill and M. Lance. 1993. Assessment of the impact of Pacific Power electrical lines on
 populations of migratory and resident birds that inhabit the South Slough estuary, Oregon. September
 1992 - April 1993. 42pp.

Hodder, J. and M. Posey. 1987. Colonisation events at the Pony Slough mitigation site. Report to the
 Division of State Lands. 15pp.

Hodder, J. and M.R. Graybill. 1984. A biological inventory and human use survey of the Bandon Marsh
 National Wildlife Refuge. August 1983-May 1984. Report to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Finley
 Wildlife Refuge, Corvallis. 56pp.

Hodder, J. and M.R. Graybill. 1983. The effect of an unusual prebreeding season mortality on the breeding
 biology of Pigeon Guillemots in Oregon. Report to the Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife. 32pp.

Brachi, R., J. Hodder and C.R. Roberts. 1978. Report of the Second Dorset Underwater Survey. Nature
 Conservancy Council Publications. 121 pp.


             CONFERENCES ATTENDED AND PAPERS OR POSTERS PRESENTED
2009 Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation meeting Portland, OR. Ecological Baselines: Charting the
  change in pinniped populations through recent time in the Pacific Northwest and The Center for Ocean
  Science Education Excellence (COSEE) - Pacific Partnerships: Providing Opportunities for Coastal and
  Estuarine Scientists to Fulfill Broader Impacts
2008 Organization of Biological Field Stations. La Selva, Costa Rica
2008 Organization of Biological Field Stations. Black Rock Forest NY.
2008 ASLO Ocean Sciences meeting. The GK12 “Learning About Where We Live” Project: Engaging
    whole school districts to teach marine science for K – 6th grade.
2007 Organization of Biological Field Stations. Texas Tech Llano Field Station.
2006 Organization of Biological Field Stations. Flathead Lake Biological Field Station, Montana.
2006 Pacific Seabird Group, Anchorage, AK. Diet of Leach’s storm-petrels during the 2004 breeding season
   at Saddle Rock, Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge (with Michelle Schuiteman).
2005 Marine Mammal Conference San Diego. Student paper judge.
2005 Organization of Biological Field Stations. Highlands Biological Station North Carolina.
2005 National Marine Mammal Stranding Network Conference, Washington DC. The expansion of
   northern elephant seal breeding outside of its historic range: Documenting evolution in action and an
   example of a decision not to interfere. Conference Steering Committee Member.
2005 Pacific Seabird Group, Portland, Oregon. Diet of Leach’s Storm Petrels at Saddle Rock (with Michelle
   Schuiteman).
2004 Organization of Biological Field Stations. Shoals Marine Laboratory, Maine. Outcomes of the
   FIRST project: implications for field stations.
2004 Pacific Seabird Group, La Paz, Mexico. Nesting Double-Crested Cormorants: Agents of island
   evolution. Student paper judge.
2003 International Conference on Marine Bioinvasions. San Diego. Maritime mammals: introduced
   terrestrial mammals as predators in marine intertidal communities.
2003 Pacific Seabird Group. Victoria, BC. Physiographic island evolution as a factor in structuring seabird
  communities: evidence from a temperate and tropical setting (with Lisa Balance and Robert Pitman).
2002 Pacific Seabird Group. Santa Barbara, CA. Regional representative and student paper judge.
2002 Organization of Biological Field Stations. Kellogg Biological Station MI 2002. The FIRST II project:
  a professional development opportunity for field station faculty.
2001 Marine Mammal Conference. Vancouver B.C. Beach closure effects on haul-out use of harbor seals
  during the pupping season, and an effective tool to reduce conflict between humans and pinnipeds (with
  Lee Cohnstaedt UO undergrad).
2000 Ecological Society of America. Utah. Faculty Institutes for Reforming Science Teaching: A faculty
  professional development program (with Diane Ebert-May).
2000 Organization of Biological Field Stations meeting. Andrews Experimental Forest, Oregon. The FIRST
  project: educational opportunities for undergraduate faculty at field stations.
1999 Pacific Seabird Group Blaine, WA. Presented Treasurer's report.
1998 Pacific Seabird Group Monterey, CA. Twenty five years of observations by students at the OIMB
  Pelagic Cormorant colony on the central Oregon coast. Is there a correlation between positive sea surface
  temperature anomalies and breeding success?
1997 Pacific Seabird Group. Portland. Presented Treasurer's report.
1996 Pacific Seabird Group. Victoria B.C. Presented Treasurer's report.
1995 Pacific Seabird Group. San Diego. Elected Treasurer.
1994 Pacific Seabird Group. Sacramento, CA. The structure of the primary feathers of marine birds with
  different locomotory styles (with Michelle Wainstein UO undergraduate).
1993 Marine Mammal Conference. Galveston, TX. The northern elephant seal in Oregon: a pattern of regular
  onshore occurrence and expansion of the breeding range.
1991 Pacific Seabird Group. Monterey, CA.
1987 Marine Mammal Conference. Miami. An outbreak of Leptospirosis in California sea lions during the
  fall migration.
1985 Marine Mammal Conference. Vancouver BC. Regular use of a haul-out in southern central Oregon by
  northern elephant seals.
1984 Pacific Seabird Group Meeting. Monterey. The effects of the 1982-83 El Nino on seabirds in Oregon
  (co-authored with M. Graybill).
1979 The British Underwater Society Meeting. Southampton. Results of the Dorset Underwater Survey.

Invited Presentations
(Does not include presentations to local school and adult groups, or students at the University of Oregon, or
  groups visiting OIMB, or docent training for a variety of local organizations that I undertake on a regular
  basis.)
2008 Ocean Climate Change and Resilience of Marine Birds, Heceta Head Conference 2008
2007 Marine Mammals of Oregon. Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Eugene
2005 Cormorants: Fish Eating Birds. Eugene Natural History Society.
2005 Cormorants: Fish Eating Birds OIMB Spring Term Seminar.
2004 Active Learning in Laboratory Settings. Ecological Society of America. Portland, Oregon. Workshop
  presenter.
2003 Ocean Birds. Portland Audubon Oregon Sea Celebration.
2003 Contrasting Life Styles: The Social Systems of Elephant and Harbor Seals. OIMB Fall Term Public
  Lecture.
2003 Ocean Wanderers: Insights into the Life of Marine Birds. Oregon Chapter of the Wildlife Society.
2001 Introduced Species in the Estuarine Environment. Oregon Chapter of the American Forestry
  Association
2000 Dolphin bycatch in the eastern tropical Pacific yellowfin tuna fishery. OIMB Fall term seminar series
1997 Growth of the northern elephant seal population: expansion of the pupping range to Oregon. OIMB
  Fall term seminar series.
1996 The Elephant Seals at Cape Arago. Eugene Natural History Society.
1993 - 1998 The Effects of Introduced Plants on the Oregon Dunes Ntl. Recreation Area. BI 483/583 UO
  Conservation biology course.
1993 Coastal Areas of Southern Africa. Hatfield Marine Science Center.
1992 Conservation issues in the South African coastal zone. UO Ecology group's population biology
  breakfast.
1992 Conservation issues in the South African coastal zone. UO Geography afternoon tea series.
1991 Alcid breeding biology. University of Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
1984 The influence of the 1982/83 El Nino on the reproduction and survival of marine birds in Oregon.
  American Association for the Advancement of Science. San Francisco.
1984 Effects of the 82/83 El Nino on the reproductive success of six species of marine birds in Oregon. El
  Nino in the Subarctic Pacific Conference. Seattle.


                       MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

Ecological Society of America
National Association of Marine Educators
National Science Teachers Association
Northwest Marine Mammal Network Stranding Coordinator for the southern Oregon coast.
Organization of Biological Field Stations (former president and institutional representative)
Pacific Seabird Group (former treasurer and regional representative)
Society for Conservation Biology
Society for Marine Mammalogy (Life Member)

Reviewer for The Condor, Western Birds
Graduate Thesis Committee Member

Greg Gervallis current OIMB MS student
Annie Pollard 2008 OIMB MS
Alix Laferriere 2007 OIMB MS
Michelle Schuiteman 2006 OIMB MS
Tim Davidson 2006 OIMB MS
Amy Puls 2002 OIMB MS
Loren McClelahan 2002 UO Environmental Studies MS
Karen Barrows 2002 UO Environmental Studies MS
Matt Kay 2001 OIMB MS
John Jansen 1996 OIMB MS
Kathleen Roos 1995 UO Environmental Studies MS
Jon Miner 1995 OIMB MS
Ronnie Estelle 1994 Moss Landing Marine Laboratory MS
Mike Wilson 1994 OIMB MS
Gina Cazali OIMB (terminated program before obtaining degree).
Elizabeth McClaren 1991 OIMB MS
Maureen de Zeeuw 1990 OIMB MS

Undergraduate Honors thesis advisor:

UO Honors College: Sara Marshall, Lee Cohnstaedt, Aimee Decker, Alison Cramer
UO Biology Honors: Laura Schmidt, Michelle Wainstein, Monika Parsons
Prescott College: Julia Korting

				
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