Christine r. Maher



Дата22.04.2016
Памер82.57 Kb.
#22379


CHRISTINE R. MAHER
Department of Biological Sciences

University of Southern Maine

Portland, ME 04104

Telephone: 207.780.4612

Fax: 207.228.8116

E-mail: cmaher@usm.maine.edu


EDUCATION

1992 Ph.D., Animal Behavior (with emphasis in Ecology and Evolution), University of California, Davis. Dissertation: Variable behavior of pronghorn (Antilocapra americana): flexibility in male social organization and female group stability. Advisor: Dr. Dale F. Lott.


1990 M.S., Animal Behavior, University of California, Davis. Awarded by examination. Advisor: Dr. Dale F. Lott.
1986 M.S., Zoology, University of Idaho. Thesis: Age-related changes in reproductive effort of male bison. Advisor: Dr. John A. Byers.
1984 B.S., Zoology, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Graduated summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, with General Honors, and with Honors in Zoology.
CURRENT POSITIONS

Professor of Biology, University of Southern Maine, since 2010

Associate Editor, Journal of Mammalogy, since 2010

Graduate Faculty, University of Southern Maine, since 2001


PREVIOUS POSITIONS

2010 – 2011 Acting Director of Math and Sciences, College of Science, Technology and Health, University of Southern Maine

2010 – 2011 Chair, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Southern Maine

2009 – 2010 Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Southern Maine

2008 – 2009 Chair, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Southern Maine

2007 – 2008 Graduate Coordinator, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Southern Maine

2001 – 2010 Associate Professor of Biology, University of Southern Maine

2001 – 2006 Chair, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Southern Maine

1997 – 2001 Assistant Professor of Biology, University of Southern Maine

1996 – 1997 Curator of Behavior, ZooMontana, Billings

1992 – 1997 Assistant Professor of Biology, Montana State University – Billings

1992 Lecturer, Department of Fish and Wildlife Biology, University of California, Davis

1992 Lecturer, Department of Psychology, University of California, Davis

1991 Post-Graduate Researcher, University of California, Davis

1990 – 1992 Teaching Assistant, University of California, Davis

1989 Graduate Student Assistant, California Department of Fish and Game

1988 Teaching Assistant, University of California, Davis

1986 – 1992 Research Assistant, University of California, Davis

1984 – 1986 Instructional Assistant, University of Idaho

PUBLICATIONS

Aschemeier, L.M. and Maher, C.R. 2011. Eavesdropping of woodchucks (Marmota monax) and eastern chipmunks (Tamias striatus) on heterospecific alarm calls. Journal of Mammalogy. 92: 493-499.


Maher, C.R. and Burger, J.R. 2011. Intraspecific variation in space use, group size and mating systems of caviomorph rodents. Journal of Mammalogy 92: 54-64. [Invited contribution to Special Feature on caviomorphs]
Maher, C.R. and Duron, M. 2010. Mating system and paternity in woodchucks (Marmota monax). Journal of Mammalogy. 91: 628-635.
Zervanos, S.M., Maher, C.R., Waldvogel, J.A., and Florant, G.L. 2010. Environmental effects on the hibernation patterns of woodchucks (Marmota monax): A latitudinal study. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. 83: 135-141.
Maher, C.R. 2009. Effects of relatedness on social interaction rates in a solitary marmot. Animal Behaviour. 78:925-933.
Maher, C.R. 2009. Genetic relatedness and space use in a behaviorally flexible species of marmot, the woodchuck (Marmota monax). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 63: 857-868.
Darhower, S.E. and Maher, C.R. 2008. Effects of immunocontraception on behavior in fallow deer (Dama dama). Zoo Biology. 27: 49-61.
Brown, D.E., Maher, C.R., and Mitchell, C.D. 2006. A comparison of pronghorn body measurements throughout western North America. Proceedings of the 22nd Biennial Pronghorn Antelope Workshop. 22: 125-137.
Maher, C.R. 2006. Social organization in woodchucks (Marmota monax) and its relationship to growing season. Ethology. 112:313-324.
Mitchell, C.D. and Maher, C.R. 2006. Horn growth in pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) males: selection for precocial maturation in stochastic environments. Acta Theriologica. 51:405-409.
Maher, C.R. 2004. Intrasexual territoriality in woodchucks (Marmota monax). Journal of Mammalogy. 85:1087-1094.
Mitchell, C.D. and Maher, C.R. 2004. Selection for early horn growth in pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) males. Proceedings of the 21st Biennial Pronghorn Antelope Workshop. 21:54-63.
Kitchen, D.W. and Maher, C.R. 2001. Pronghorn. In: The new encyclopedia of mammals (D.W. Macdonald, ed.). Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Mitchell, C.D. and Maher, C.R. 2001. Are horn characteristics related to age in male pronghorns? Wildlife Society Bulletin. 29:908-916.
Maher, C.R. 2000. Quantitative variation in ecological and hormonal variables correlates with spatial organization of pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) males. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 47:327-338.
Maher, C.R. and Mitchell, C.D. 2000. Effects of selective hunting on group composition and behavior patterns of pronghorn, Antilocapra americana, males in Montana. Canadian Field-Naturalist. 114:264-270.
Maher, C.R. and Lott, D.F. 2000. A review of ecological determinants of territoriality within vertebrate species. American Midland Naturalist. 143:1-29.
Maher, C.R. 1997. Group stability, activity budgets, and movements of pronghorn females. Southwestern Naturalist. 42:25-32.
Maher, C.R. and Lott, D.F. 1995. Definitions of territoriality used in the study of variation in vertebrate spacing systems. Animal Behaviour. 49:1581-1597.
Maher, C.R. 1994. Pronghorn male spatial organization: population differences in degree of non-territoriality. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 72:455-464.
Maher, C.R. 1991. Activity budgets and mating system of male pronghorn at Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge, Nevada. Journal of Mammalogy. 72:739-744.
Maher, C.R. and Lott, D.F. 1991. Pronghorn in California: information for the private landowner. University of California Cooperative Extension publication.
Maher, C.R. and Byers, J.A. 1987. Age-related changes in reproductive effort of male bison. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 21:91-96.
MANUSCRIPTS IN PROGRESS

McKay, J.L. and Maher, C.R. In review. Relationship between blood mercury levels and components of male song in Nelson’s Sparrows (Ammodramus nelsoni). Submitted to Ecotoxicology.


Lewis, C. and Maher, C. R. in prep. Kin recognition in woodchucks (Marmota monax) using scent from the oral angle gland. To be submitted to American Midland Naturalist.
INVITED SEMINARS AND PRESENTATIONS

2011 What can a solitary species tell us about sociality? Department of Biological Sciences, Idaho State University.


2010 Lessons from (social) life: what can a solitary species tell us about sociality? Department of Wildlife Ecology, University of Maine.
2010 Lessons from (social) life: what can solitary woodchucks teach us about family dynamics? Science Department, Southern Maine Community College.
2009 Woodchuck family dynamics: effects of kinship on space use and interactions. Department of Biology, Bates College.
2007 Genetic relatedness and spatial organization in woodchucks (Marmota monax). Maine GIS Users Group Conference, Gorham, Maine.
2006 Factors affecting social organization of woodchucks: a test of the environmental harshness hypothesis. Department of Wildlife Ecology, University of Maine.
2006 Factors affecting social organization of woodchucks: a test of the environmental harshness hypothesis. Department of Biological Sciences, University of Southern Maine.
2004 Social organization of woodchucks: how social is the asocial marmot? Department of Zoology, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.
2004 What can a solitary species teach us about the evolution of social behavior? University of Southern Maine Summer Research Seminar Series.
2002 Social organization of woodchucks in Maine: dispelling some myths about the asocial marmot. Department of Biology and Department of Wildlife Ecology, University of Maine.
1998 Correlates of spatial organization in pronghorn males. Department of Wildlife Ecology Seminar Series, University of Maine.
1998 Ecological and physiological correlates of spacing systems in pronghorns. Bates Biology Seminar Program, Bates College.
PRESENTATIONS/POSTERS (* denotes undergraduate student)

2012 Maher, C. R. Personality and behavioral syndromes in woodchucks (Marmota monax). Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists.


2011 Lewis, C. H. and Maher, C. R. Kin recognition in woodchucks (Marmota monax). Poster presented at Thinking Matters: A Student Research, Scholarship and Creativity Symposium.
2011 Lewis, C. H. and Maher, C. R. What makes a good hibernaculum for woodchucks? Poster presented at Thinking Matters: A Student Research, Scholarship and Creativity Symposium.
2010 Florant, G. L., Maher, C. R., Waldvogel, J. A., and Zervanos, S. M. Latitudinal differences in the hibernation characteristics of woodchucks (M. monax). Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Physiological Society.
2010 Maher, C. R. Reproductive suppression in woodchucks (Marmota monax). Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society.
2010 McKay, J. L. and Maher, C. R. Effects of mercury on male song in Nelson’s Sparrows (Ammodramus nelsoni). Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society.
2010 McKay, J. L. and Maher, C. R. Effects of mercury on male song in Nelson’s sparrows (Ammodramus nelsoni). Poster presented at Thinking Matters: A Student Research, Scholarship and Creativity Symposium.
2009 Aschemeier, L. M. and Maher, C. R. Eavesdropping of woodchucks and Eastern chipmunks on heterospecific alarm calls. Poster presented at Thinking Matters: A Student Research, Scholarship and Creativity Symposium.
2009 Regan, K. J. and Maher, C. R. Effects of wildfire on spatial organization of pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) males. Poster presented at Thinking Matters: A Student Research, Scholarship and Creativity Symposium.
2009 Maher, C. R. Woodchuck family dynamics: effects of kinship on space use and interactions. Seminar presented at the USM Biology Seminar Series.
2008 Maher, C. R. What can solitary woodchucks teach us about social behavior? Creativity and Discovery: Collaboration at USM (a university wide research conference), New Gloucester, Maine.
2008 Zervanos, S. M., Florant, G. L., Maher, C. R., and Waldvogel, J. A. Environmental influences on the hibernation patterns of eastern woodchucks. Oral presentation given at the VI International Conference on the genus Marmota: Marmots in a changing world: research and action.
2008 Zervanos, S. M., Florant, G. L., Maher, C. R., and Waldvogel, J. A. Environmental influences on the hibernation patterns of eastern woodchucks. Oral presentation given at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists.
2008 *Long, S. and Maher, C. R. Experimental evidence that stabilimenta in Argiope aurantia serve multiple functions. Seminar presented at the USM Biology Seminar Series.
2007 Maher, C. R. Genetic relatedness and spatial organization in woodchucks (Marmota monax). Oral presentation given at the Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society.
2007 Zervanos, S. M., Maher, C. R., and Waldvogel, J. A. Latitudinal differences in hibernation patterns of eastern woodchucks (Marmota monax). Oral presentation given at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists.
2007 *Long, S. and Maher, C. R. Why do black and yellow orb weaver spiders (Argiope aurantia) produce stabilimenta? Poster presented at Thinking Matters: A Student Research, Scholarship and Creativity Symposium.
2006 Darhower, S.E. and Maher, C.R. Effects of immunocontraception on behavior in fallow deer (Dama dama). Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists.
2004 Maher, C.R. Natal philopatry and kin groups in woodchucks (Marmota monax). Oral presentation given at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists.
2004 *Duron, M., Maher, C.R. and *Greenleaf, M.R. Using microsatellite DNA to determine the mating system of woodchucks (Marmota monax). Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists.
2003 Maher, C.R. Natal philopatry and dispersal in woodchucks: preliminary findings. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society.
2003 *Duron, M. and Maher, C.R. Using microsatellite DNA to determine genetic relationships of woodchucks. Poster presented at Thinking Matters: A Student Research, Scholarship and Creativity Symposium.
2001 Maher, C.R. Genetic relationships and social organization of woodchucks. Seminar presented to R&D at USM Seminar Series.
2001 Maher, C.R. Intrasexual territoriality in woodchucks (Marmota monax). Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society.
2001 *Rodgers, H.I. and Maher, C.R. Effects of human activity on woodchuck flight response. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society.
2000 Maher, C.R. Spatial organization of woodchucks (Marmota monax) in southern Maine. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists.
1998 Maher, C.R., *Besel, R.M. and *Blatnick, J. Effects of visitors and season on behavior patterns of captive Siberian tigers. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society.
1997 *Besel, R., *Blatnick, J. and Maher, C. The effects of visitor traffic and seasonal changes on captive tiger behavior. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Montana Academy of Sciences.
1997 Maher, C.R. Effects of selective hunting on behavior patterns of pronghorn males at Fort Belknap Indian Reservation, Montana. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Montana Academy of Sciences.
1997 Maher, C.R. and Mitchell, C.D. Effects of selective hunting on behavior patterns of pronghorn males at Fort Belknap Indian Reservation, Montana. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Montana chapter of The Wildlife Society.
1996 Berkeley, E.V., Maher, C.R., Rachlow, J. and Kirkpatrick, J.F. Fecal testosterone concentrations in territorial and nonterritorial pronghorns and southern white rhinoceroses. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Montana chapter of The Wildlife Society.
1996 *Besel, R. *Blatnick, J., Maher, C.R., and Kirkpatrick, J. Effects of visitors on behavior patterns of captive Siberian tigers: preliminary results. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Montana Academy of Sciences.
1996 *Lofthouse, A., Maher, C.R., and Kirkpatrick, J. Effects of environmental enrichment on captive North American river otter behavior patterns: preliminary results. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Montana Academy of Sciences.
1996 Maher, C.R. Correlates of variable spatial organization in two pronghorn populations. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Montana chapter of The Wildlife Society.
1996 Maher, C.R. Ecological and physiological correlates of spatial organization in pronghorn males. Presentation given at the Department of Biology, Colorado College.
1996 Maher, C.R. Ecological correlates of spatial organization in pronghorn males. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Montana Academy of Sciences.
1996 Maher, C.R. Ecological correlates of variable spacing systems in pronghorn males. Presented at the Dept. of Biological Sciences, Central Washington University.
1996 Mitchell, C.D. and Maher, C.R. Pronghorn age and horn size. Presented at the Annual Meeting of The Wildlife Society.
1996 Mitchell, C.D. and Maher, C.R. Relationship of age and horn size in pronghorn. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Montana chapter of The Wildlife Society.
1995 Maher, C.R. A quantitative analysis of variable spatial organization in pronghorn males. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Montana Academy of Sciences.
1995 Maher, C.R. Quantitative comparison of spatial organization in pronghorn males. Presented at the Black Hills Studies Conference, Black Hills State University, South Dakota.
1995 Maher, C.R. Quantitative descriptions of spatial organization in two pronghorn populations. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society.
1994 Maher, C.R. Group stability and movements of female pronghorn: implications for mate choice. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Montana Academy of Sciences.
1993 Maher, C.R. Quantitative analysis of non-territorial pronghorn males. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Montana Academy of Sciences.
1993 Maher, C.R. Quantitative description of behavior of male pronghorn and differences in degree of non-territoriality. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society.
1992 Maher, C.R. Are female pronghorn more mobile during the breeding season? Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Naturalists.
1992 Maher, C.R. Are female pronghorn more mobile during the breeding season? Poster presented at Animal Behavior Research Training Grant Workshop.
1992 Maher, C.R. Spatial organization of male pronghorn in a translocated population: defending food or females? Invited speaker at Texas A & I University.
1990 Maher, C.R. Behavior and ecology of pronghorn translocated to the Carrizo Plain, San Luis Obispo County. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern California Academy of Sciences.
1990 Maher, C.R. Status of pronghorn translocated to San Luis Obispo County, California. Seminar presented in Wildlife and Fisheries Biology Seminar Series, University of California, Davis.
1989 Maher, C.R. Behavior and social organization of male pronghorn at the Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge, Nevada. Seminar presented in Wildlife and Fisheries Biology Seminar Series, University of California, Davis.
1989 Maher, C.R. Behavior of male pronghorn at Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge, Nevada. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society. Received Honorable Mention in Founders Award competition.
1987 Maher, C.R. and Byers, J.A. Age-related changes in reproductive effort of male bison. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society.
1986 Maher, C.R. Reproductive effort in male bison. Presented at the meeting of the Pacific Northwest Bird and Mammal Society.
GRADUATE STUDENTS SUPERVISED

Sarah Darhower, M.S. Biology, May 2006

Lisa Aschemeier, M.S. Biology, May 2009

Jennifer McKay, M.S. Biology, May 2010

Kevin Regan, M.S. Biology, August 2010

Carrie Lewis, M.S. Biology, May 2011


COURSES TAUGHT

University of Southern Maine

Marine Biology Laboratory

Biological Principles I: Cellular Biology

Laboratory Biology

Biological Principles II: Evolution, Biodiversity, and Ecology, with an integrated laboratory

Vertebrate Zoology, with an integrated laboratory

Animal Behavior and Animal Behavior Laboratory

Graduate Seminars in Conservation Behavior; Topics in Animal Behavior


Maine Audubon Society

Wildlife Behavior 101


Montana State University – Billings

Survey of Biology

Organismal Biology I and II: Botany, Zoology and Ecology, with Laboratories (responsible for zoology and ecology sections)

Ecology and Ecology Lab

Written Examination

Behavioral and Evolutionary Ecology, and Lab

Vertebrate Zoology and Lab
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AND ACTIVITIES

Memberships

American Society of Mammalogists

Animal Behavior Society

International Society for Behavioral Ecology


Service

2010 – 2011 Secretary Board of Directors, Biodiversity Research Institute

2010 – present Member Publications Committee, American Society of Mammalogists

2010 – present Associate Editor Journal of Mammalogy

2006 Reviewer Student Research Grants, Animal Behavior Society

2003 Reviewer Student Research Grants, Animal Behavior Society

1999 – 2006 Institutional Council on Undergraduate Research

Liaison


1999 – 2001 Chair Program Development Committee, Mainely Women in Science

1997 Co-organizer Rangeland and Riparian Areas Symposium, Montana Academy of Sciences

1996 – 1997 Institutional Council on Undergraduate Research

Liaison


1995 – 1998 Member Research Grants Committee, Animal Behavior Society

1995 Judge Founders Award Poster, Animal Behavior Society

1994 – 1996 Vice President Biological Sciences section, Montana Academy of Sciences
Peer Review

2012 Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, Canadian Journal of Zoology, Journal of Animal Ecology, Proceedings of the Royal Society B, National Science Foundation Animal Behavior Panel

2011 Animal Behaviour, Behavioural Processes, Ad hoc reviewer to National Geographic Society Committee for Research and Exploration, National Science Foundation

2010 American Midland Naturalist, Animal Behaviour (2), Journal of Mammalogy (3), Western North American Naturalist

2009 Animal Behaviour, Journal of Mammalogy

2008 Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, Ethology, Journal of Mammalogy (3), Revista Chilena Historia Natural, Ad hoc reviewer to Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), National Science Foundation (2)

2007 Animal Behaviour (3), Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, Ethology, Journal of Mammalogy (2), Southwestern Naturalist, Biology (text by Campbell and Reece), Ad hoc reviewer to National Science Foundation

2006 Ethology, Journal of Applied Ecology, Journal of Mammalogy, Ad hoc reviewer to National Science Foundation (2)

2005 Behavioral Ecology (2), Ethology, Evolutionary Ecology, Journal of Mammalogy, Ad hoc reviewer to National Science Foundation (2), External reviewer for Ph.D. dissertation

2004 Journal of Mammalogy, Ad hoc reviewer to National Science Foundation

2003 Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology (2), Journal of Mammalogy (2), Ad hoc reviewer to National Science Foundation

2002 A Short Guide to Writing about Biology, Journal of Avian Biology

2001 Behavioral Ecology, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, Journal of Mammalogy, Reproduction, National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant Panel, Ad hoc reviewer to National Science Foundation (2)

2000 Behavioral Ecology, Southwestern Naturalist

1999 Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology

1998 Animal Behavior: Mechanisms, Ecology, Evolution

1997 The European Roe Deer: The Biology of Success

1996 Great Basin Naturalist

1994 Journal of Mammalogy

1993 Journal of Mammalogy


UNIVERSITY SERVICE ACTIVITIES

University of Southern Maine: College and University

2012 – present Chair Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee

2010 – 2011 Member STEM Pioneers Committee

2010 – 2011 Member Leadership Team, College of Management and Human Service

2010 – 2011 Member Naming and Mission Committee, College of Science, Technology, and Health

2010 Member Core Equipment Committee

2010 Member Distinguished Professor Screening Committee

2010 Member Screening Committee for Woodrow Wilson-Rockefeller Brothers Fund Fellowships for Aspiring Teachers of Color

2010 Presenter Upward Bound Careers Day

2010 Participant Engaging Departments Institute, AAC&U

2009 – 2012 Presenter Preparing High School Students for College Program

2009 Presenter Invention 2 Venture Biotechnology Workshop Panel Discussion

2008 – 2010 Member NEASC Re-accreditation Committee on Public Disclosure

2008 – 2010 Chair College of Arts and Sciences Liberal Studies Committee

2008 – present Presenter Academic Showcase (New Student Orientation)

2008 – 2009 Member Research Administration Blue Sheet Revision Committee

2008 – 2009 Member College of Arts and Sciences Scholarship Committee

2007 – 2008 Member College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Affairs Committee

2007 – 2008 Member Graduate Council

2006 Member College of Arts & Sciences General Education Liaison Group

2005 – 2006 Chair College of the Arts Planning Committee

2005 – present Member Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee

2004 – 2008 Mentor College of Arts and Sciences New Faculty Mentoring Program

2004 – 2005 Member College of Arts and Sciences Dean Search Committee

2004 Member Selection Committee for 2004-2005 Trustee Professorship

2003 – 2004 Member Undergraduate Research Initiatives Committee

2002 – 2003 Member SENCER Committee

2002 Member College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Studies Policies and Procedures Committee

2002 Member Selection Committee for 2003-2004 Trustee Professorship

2000 – 2001 Chair College of Arts and Sciences Faculty Colloquium Series Committee

1999 – 2000 Member College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Scholars Committee

1999 – 2000 Member College of Arts and Sciences Faculty Colloquium Series Committee

1998 – 2000 Co-chair Faculty Senate Awards for Math and Sciences Committee

1998 – 1999 Member Biotechnology Research and Development Committee


University of Southern Maine: Department

2011- present Co-webmaster Biology Department website

2011 – 2012 Coordinator Biology Department Seminar Series

2010 – 2011 Chair Department of Biological Sciences

2010 Chair Budget Subcommittee

2008 – 2009 Chair Department of Biological Sciences

2007 – 2008 Coordinator M.S. Graduate Program

2004 – 2005 Member Alumni Survey Committee

2004 – 2006 Lab Safety Officer

2003 – 2005 Coordinator M.S. Biology Graduate Admissions

2003 – 2004 Member Departmental Search Committees (2 positions)

2002 – 2003 Member Departmental Search Committee

2002 – 2003 Member Departmental Safety Committee

2001 – 2006 Chair Departmental Part Time Faculty Review Committee

2001 – 2006 Chair Department of Biological Sciences

1999 – 2001 Coordinator Biology course schedules

1999 – 2000 Member Departmental Search Committees (2 positions)

1998 – 2001 Chair M.S. Biology Planning Committee

1998 – 2001 Editor Biology 106K Lab Manual

1998 – 2000 Member Departmental Space Committee

1997 – 2006 Advisor Beta Beta Beta (Biological Honor Society)

1997 – 2001 Advisor Biology Club

1997 – 1998 Member Departmental Search Committees (2 positions)
Montana State University – Billings

1996 – 1997 Member Undergraduate Curriculum Committee

1996 – 1997 Member Environmental Studies Advisory Group

1995 – 1997 Member College of Arts and Sciences' Honors Program Task Force

1995 – 1996 Member Departmental Search Committee

1994 – 1997 Member Departmental Space Utilization Committee

1994 – 1995 Member Chancellor's Advisory Group

1994 – 1995 Member Departmental Search Committees (2 positions)

1993 – 1994 Member Departmental Search Committees (2 positions)

1993 – 1994 Chair Computer Users Advisory Subcommittee

1992 – 1996 Advisor Environmental Awareness Club

1992 – 1994 Member Student Computer Fees Committee


AWARDS

2001 College of Arts and Sciences’ Emerging Teacher/Scholar Award


GRANTS

2006 University of Southern Maine Faculty Senate Grant, “Microsatellite DNA analysis of the mating system in woodchucks”, $1500


2005 University of Southern Maine Faculty Senate Grant, “Ecological factors affecting dispersal in woodchucks: when to leave home?” $3000
2004 College of Arts and Sciences Research and Creative Activity Fund, “Testing new microsatellite DNA loci in woodchucks”, $1496
2000 - 2002 National Science Foundation, Professional Opportunities for Women in Research and Education, “POWRE: Evolution of sociality in a behaviorally flexible marmot”, $50,000

2000 University of Southern Maine Summer Research Award, “Determining genetic relationships among woodchucks”, $21,109



2000 University of Southern Maine Faculty Senate Grant, “Assessing genetic relationships and mating systems in the behaviorally flexible woodchuck (Marmota monax)”, $3000
1998 University of Southern Maine Faculty Senate Research Grant, “Flexibility in woodchuck social organization: how social is the asocial marmot?” $2996
1997 Montana State University Faculty Development Award, “Ecological and physiological correlates of variable spatial organization in pronghorn males”, $650
1996 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, “Effects of selective hunting on the behavior of a pronghorn population, Fort Belknap Reservation, Montana”, $2000
1996 Montana State University, Billings Research and Creative Endeavor Grant, “Effects of selective hunting on the behavior of a pronghorn population, Fort Belknap Reservation, Montana”, $500
1996 Montana State University Faculty Development Award, “Effects of selective hunting on the behavior of a pronghorn population, Fort Belknap Reservation, Montana”, $206
1995 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, “Effects of selective hunting on the behavior of a pronghorn population, Fort Belknap Reservation, Montana”, $1500
1995 Montana State University Faculty Development Award, “Ecological and physiological correlates of variable spatial organization in pronghorn males”, $1075
1995 Black Hills Natural History Association Grant, “Ecological and physiological correlates of variable spatial organization in pronghorn males”, $300
1994 Montana State University, Billings Research and Creative Endeavor Grant, “Ecological and physiological correlates of variable spatial organization in pronghorn males”, $1250
1994 Montana State University, Billings Foundation Grant, “Ecological and physiological correlates of variable spatial organization in pronghorn males”, $1200
1994 Black Hills Natural History Association Grant, “Ecological and physiological correlates of variable spatial organization in pronghorn males”, $300
1993 Eastern Montana College Foundation Grant, “Ecological and physiological correlates of variable spatial organization in pronghorn males”, $1200
1993 Eastern Montana College Research and Creative Endeavor Grant, “Ecological and physiological correlates of variable spatial organization in pronghorn males”, $760
1990 Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Fund, "Spatial organization and female group stability in a translocated pronghorn population", $883
1990 Renewable Resources Extension Act Grant, "Spatial organization and female group stability in a translocated pronghorn population", $5000
1990 Graduate Research Award, "Spatial organization and female group stability in a translocated pronghorn population", $500
1990 San Luis Obispo County Fish and Game Fines Commission, "Spatial organization and female group stability in a translocated pronghorn population", $3000
1990 Golden Gate chapter, Safari Club International, "Spatial organization and female group stability in a translocated pronghorn population", $2000
1989 Sacramento Safari Club, "Spatial organization and female group stability in a translocated pronghorn population", $5000
1989 San Luis Obispo County Fish and Game Fines Commission, "Spatial organization and female group stability in a translocated pronghorn population", $2000
1989 San Fernando Valley Wildlife Fund, "Spatial organization and female group stability in a translocated pronghorn population", $2000
1988 Sigma Xi, "Spatial organization and female group stability in a translocated pronghorn population”, $400
1987 Outstanding Research Award, University of California, "Spatial organization and female group stability in a translocated pronghorn population", $500
1985 Sigma Xi, "Age-related changes in reproductive effort of male bison", $250




Поделитесь с Вашими друзьями:




База данных защищена авторским правом ©shkola.of.by 2022
звярнуцца да адміністрацыі

    Галоўная старонка