The Faculty and their Research

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Gerard C. Adams
Associate Professor; Ph.D., California, Davis, 1981. Plant pathology.
E-mail: gadams@msu.edu                                          

Website: www.plantpathology.msu.edu/AdamsGerardC/tabid/93/Default.aspx


Robert L. Anstey
Professor; Ph.D., Indiana, 1970. Invertebrate paleobiology.
E-mail: anstey@msu.edu                                           

Website:   www.glg.msu.edu/people/anstey/anstey.html


James W. Atkinson
Professor; Ph.D., Emory, 1969. Developmental and evolutionary biology.
E-mail:   atkinso9@msu.edu                                       

Website:   www.zoology.msu.edu/all-faculty/james-w-atkinson.html


Ted R. Batterson
Professor; Ph.D., Michigan State, 1980. Limnology, tropical pond aquaculture.
E-mail: batters2@msu.edu                                        

Website:   www.fw.msu.edu/~batters2


James R. Bence
Associate Professor; Ph.D., California, Santa Barbara, 1985. Quantitative fishery ecology.
E-mail: bence@msu.edu                                    

Website:   www.fw.msu.edu/~bence


George W. Bird
Professor (Emeritus); Ph.D., Cornell, 1966. Nematology.
E-mail: birdg@msu.edu                                   

Website: www.ent.msu.edu/FacultyPages/birdg/tabid/118/Default.aspx


Mary T. Bremigan
Associate Professor; Ph.D., Ohio State, 1997. Aquatic ecology and fisheries management.
E-mail: bremigan@msu.edu  

Website:   www.fw.msu.edu/~bremigan


Thomas M. Burton
Professor (Emeritus); Ph.D., Cornell, 1973. Aquatic ecology.
E-mail: burtont@msu.edu                                         

Website:   www.zoology.msu.edu/all-faculty/thomas-m-burton.html


Kendra S. Cheruvelil
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Michigan State, 2004. Aquatic ecology, landscape limmology, exotic species, applied ecology, macrophytes.
E-mail: ksc@msu.edu

Website: www.lymanbriggs.msu.edu/people/bios/user.cfm?UserID=1


Anthony Cognato
Associate Professor
E-mail: cognato@msu.edu                                         

Website: www.ent.msu.edu/FacultyPages/cognato/tabid/143/Default.aspx


April Harlin Cognato
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Texas A&M, 2004.
E-mail: cognatoa@msu.edu                                         

Website: www.zoology.msu.edu/all-faculty/april-harlin-cognato.html


Jeffrey K. Conner
Professor; Ph.D., Cornell, 1987. Evolutionary ecology, ecological genetics.   
E-mail: conner@kbs.msu.edu                                             

Website:  www.kbs.msu.edu/Faculty/Conner/Index.php


Thomas G. Coon
Professor; Ph.D., California, Davis, 1982. Stream fishery ecology.
E-mail: coontg@msu.edu

Website: www.fw.msu.edu/~coontg


Yuehua Cui
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Florida, 2005. Statistical genetics, bioinformatics, longitudinal data analysis.
E-mail: cui@stt.msu.edu                                          

Website:   www.stt.msu.edu/~cui


Frank B. Dazzo
Professor; Ph.D., Florida, 1975. Microbial ecology, rhizobium-legume symbiosis.
E-mail: dazzo@msu.edu                                            

Website:   http://www.mmg.msu.edu/86.html


Donald I. Dickmann
Professor (Emeritus); Ph.D., Wisconsin-Madison, 1969. Ecology of fire and other disturbances; plant physiological ecology.
E-mail: dickman1@msu.edu                                       

Website:   www.for.msu.edu/pages/faculty/dickmann_d.html


Thomas Dietz
Professor and Director, Environmental Science and Policy Program; Ph.D.,California, Davis, 1979. Human ecology and cultural evolution.
E-mail: TdietzVT@aol.com

Website: www.sociology.msu.edu/tdietz.html


Ian M. Dworkin
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Toronto, 2004. Genetic basis of phenotypic variation and evolution.
E-mail: idworkin@msu.edu                                         

Website:   www.iandworkin.net


Fred C. Dyer
Chair, Zoology and Professor; Ph.D., Princeton, 1984. Ethology and behavioral ecology.
E-mail: fcdyer@msu.edu                                           

Website:   www.zoology.msu.edu/all-faculty/fred-c-dyer.html


Diane Ebert-May
Professor; Ph.D., Colorado. Science education; plant ecology.
E-mail: ebertmay@msu.edu

Website:  http://plantbiology.msu.edu/faculty/faculty-research/diane-ebert-may/


Heather L. Eisthen
Associate Professor; Ph.D., Indiana, 1992. Neuroethology; evolutionary and developmental neurobiology.
E-mail: eisthen@msu.edu                                          

Website:   www.msu.edu/user/eisthen/lab/


Bryan K. Epperson
Professor; Ph.D., California, Davis, 1983. Population genetics and molecular and forest genetics.
E-mail: epperson@msu.edu                                      

Website:   www.for.msu.edu/pages/faculty/epperson_b.html


Stuart H. Gage
Professor; Ph.D., Michigan State, 1974. Insect population dynamics and human dimensions.
E-mail: gages@msu.edu                                        

Website:   www.ent.msu.edu/FacultyPages/gages/tabid/124/Default.aspx


Thomas Getty
Professor; Ph.D., Michigan, 1980. Behavioral ecology of vertebrates.
E-mail: getty@kbs.msu.edu                                          

Website:   http://www.zoology.msu.edu/all-faculty/thomas-getty.html


John P. Giesy
Professor (Emeritus); Ph.D., Michigan State, 1974. Environmental toxicology.
E-mail: giesy@msu.edu                                               

Website:   www.zoology.msu.edu/all-faculty/john-p-giesy.html


Frederick Gifford
Professor; Ph.D., Pittsburgh, 1984. Philosophy of biology; ethical and social issues concerning science.
E-mail: gifford@msu.edu                                       

Website:   www.msu.edu/user/gifford/


Michael D. Gottfried
Associate Professor; Ph.D., Kansas, 1991. Vertebrate paleontology.
E-mail: gottfrie@msu.edu                                      

Website:  www.zoology.msu.edu/all-faculty/michael-d-gottfried.html


Katherine L. Gross
University Distinguished Professor; Ph.D., Michigan State, 1980. Plant population and community ecology.
E-mail: kgross@kbs.msu.edu                                       

Website:   www.kbs.msu.edu/Faculty/Gross


Robert A. Haack
Adjunct Professor; Ph.D., Florida, 1984. Plant-insect interactions; invasion ecology; conservation biology.
E-mail: haack@msu.edu                                       

Website:   www.ent.msu.edu/FacultyPages/haack/tabid/127/Default.aspx


Donald J. Hall
Professor (Emeritus); Ph.D., Michigan, 1962. Aquatic population and community ecology.
E-mail:   eebb@msu.edu                                        


Stephen K. Hamilton
Associate Professor; Ph.D., California, Santa Barbara, 1994. Biogeochemistry and aquatic ecology.
E-mail: hamilton@kbs.msu.edu                                     

Website:   www.kbs.msu.edu/Faculty/Hamilton/Index.ph


James F. Hancock
Professor; Ph.D., California, Davis, 1977. Physiological and evolutionary genetics of plants.
E-mail: hancock@msu.edu                                    

Website:   www.hrt.msu.edu/faculty/hancock.htm


Daniel Hayes
Associate Professor; Ph.D., Michigan State, 1990. Fish community and population interactions.
E-mail: hayesdan@msu.edu                                

Website:   www.fw.msu.edu/~hayesdan   


Richard W. Hill
Professor and Associate Chair, Zoology; Ph.D., Michigan, 1970. Ecological Physiology; marine sulfur metabolism.
E-mail: hillr@msu.edu                                           

Website:   http://www.zoology.msu.edu/all-faculty/richard-w-hill.htmll


Robert K. Hitchcock
Professor and Chair, Anthropology; Ph.D., New Mexico, 1982. Development/applied anthropology, human ecology, human rights, Africa.
E-mail: hitchc16@msu.edu                                           

Website:   http://www.anthropology.msu.edu/faculty/hitchcock.shtml


Kay E. Holekamp
Professor; Ph.D., California, Berkeley, 1983. Behavioral ecology; ethology and behavioral endocrinology.
E-mail: holekamp@msu.edu                                  

Website:   http://hyenas.zoology.msu.edu/


Zachary Huang
Associate Professor; Ph.D., Guelph, 1988. Behavioral physiology, insect sociobiology.
E-mail: bees@msu.edu                                                

Website:   www.msu.edu/~bees


Marianne Huebner
Associate Professor; Ph.D., Southern California, 1993. Statistical Genetics, Microarray Analysis, Ecological Models, Biological Networks, Stochastic Differential Equations.
E-mail: huebner@stt.msu.edu                                    

Website:   www.stt.msu.edu/~huebner/


Rufus Isaacs
Associate Professor; Ph.D., Imperial College (London), 1994. Entomology.
E-mail: isaacsr@msu.edu                                                

Website:   www.ent.msu.edu/FacultyPages/isaacsr/tabid/137/Default.aspx


Julius H. Jackson
Professor; Ph.D., Kansas, 1969. Microbial physiology & genetics; bacterial gene & genome evolution.
E-mail: jhjacksn@msu.edu

Website: www.mmg.msu.edu/102.html


Andrew M. Jarosz
Associate Professor; Ph.D., Purdue, 1984. Evolutionary ecology of plant-pathogen interactions.
E-mail: amjarosz@msu.edu                                   

Website:  http://plantbiology.msu.edu/faculty/faculty-research/andrew-m-jarosz/


Michael L. Jones
Professor; Ph.D., British Columbia, 1986. Fish population dynamics and management.
E-mail: jonesm30@msu.edu                                  

Website:   glpd.fw.msu.edu/Mike


Daniel E. Keathley
Professor and Chairperson, Forestry; Ph.D., Ohio State, 1981. Tissue culture and molecular genetics.
E-mail: keathley@msu.edu

Website: www.for.msu.edu/pages/faculty/keathley_d.html


Christopher Klausmeier
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Minnesota, 2000. Theoretical and aquatic ecology.
E-mail: klausme1@msu.edu                                  

Website:   www.kbs.msu.edu/Faculty/Klausmeier/Index.php


Karen L. Klomparens
Dean, Graduate School, Assistant Provost and Professor; Ph.D., Michigan State, 1977. Plant host/parasite relations, electron microscopy.
E-mail: kklompar@msu.edu                                  

Website:   www.grad.msu.edu


Michael J. Klug
Professor Emeritus; Ph.D., Iowa, 1969. Microbial ecology, ecology of anaerobic bacteria.
E-mail: klug@kbs.msu.edu                                           

Website:   www.kbs.msu.edu/Faculty/Klug/Index.htm


Richard K. Kobe
Associate Professor; Ph.D., Connecticut, Storrs, 1995. Forest ecology.
E-mail: kobe@msu.edu                                          

Website:   www.for.msu.edu/pages/faculty/kobe_r.html


Douglas A. Landis
Professor; Ph.D., North Carolina State, 1987. Landscape ecology and biological control.
E-mail: landisd@msu.edu                                      

Website:   www.ent.msu.edu/FacultyPages/landisd/tabid/136/Default.aspx


Jennifer A. Lau
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., U. of California, Davis, 2005. Evolution and community ecology.
E-mail: jenlau@msu.edu             

Website:   www.kbs.msu.edu/faculty/lau


Jay T. Lennon
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Dartmouth College, 2004. Microbial ecology.
E-mail: lennonja@msu.edu                                     

Website:   www.kbs.msu.edu/Faculty/Lennon/Index.php


Richard E. Lenski
Hannah Distinguished Professor of Microbial Ecology and Director, Ecology, Evolutionary Biology and Behavior Program; Ph.D., North Carolina, 1983. Ecology, genetics, evolutionary biology.
E-mail: lenski@msu.edu                                         

Website:   myxo.css.msu.edu/index.html


Weiming Li
Associate Professor; Ph.D., Minnesota, 1994. Fish chemoreception and chemical ecology.
E-mail: liweim@msu.edu                                       

Website:   www.fw.msu.edu/~liweim


Catherine Lindell
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Harvard, 1994. Behavioral and landscape ecology.
E-mail: lindellc@msu.edu             

Website:   www.zoology.msu.edu/all-faculty/catherine-a-lindell.html


Elena Litchman
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Minnesota, 1997. Aquatic ecology, community ecology and global change.
E-mail: litchman@msu.edu                                  

Website:   www.kbs.msu.edu/Faculty/Litchman/Index.php


Jianguo (Jack) Liu
Rachel Carson Chair in Ecological Sustainability and University Distinguished Professor; Ph.D., Georgia, 1992. Systems modeling and simulation; biodiversity and ecosystem management.
E-mail: jliu@panda.msu.edu                                      

Website:   www.csis.msu.edu/personnel/liu_jianguo.htm


Barbara L. Lundrigan
Associate Professor; Ph.D., Michigan, 1988. Phylogenetics; evolution of behavior and morphology.
E-mail: lundriga@msu.edu                                     

Website:   www.msu.edu/user/lundriga


David W. MacFarlane
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Rutgers, 2001. Forest measurements and modeling.
E-mail: macfar24@msu.edu                                     

Website:  www.for.msu.edu/pages/faculty/macfarlane_d.html


Carolyn M. Malmström
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Stanford, 1997.  Ecosystem & landscape dynamics, restoration ecology, remote sensing.
E-mail: carolynm@msu.edu                                       

Website:  plantbiology.msu.edu/faculty/faculty-research/carolyn-malmstrom/


Terence L. Marsh
Associate Professor; Ph.D., Massachusetts, Amherst, 1981. Microbial community analysis.
E-mail: marsht@msu.edu                                         

Website:   mmg.msu.edu/114.html


Brian A. Maurer
Associate Professor; Ph.D., Arizona, 1984. Macroecology, biogeography, quantitative population and community ecology.
E-mail: maurerb@msu.edu                                            

Website:  www.fw.msu.edu/~maurerb


Deborah G. McCullough
Associate Professor; Ph.D., Minnesota, 1990. Forest entomology, insect ecology.
E-mail: mccullod@msue.msu.edu                                  

Website: www.ent.msu.edu/FacultyPages/mccullo6/tabid/115/Default.aspx


Philip K. McKinley
Professor; Ph.D., U. of Illinois, 1989. Distributed computing; digital evolution; ecosystem monitoring.
E-mail: mckinle3@msu.edu   

Website: www.cse.msu.edu/~mckinley/  


Haddish Melakeberhan
Associate Professor; Ph.D., Simon Fraser, 1986. Ecophysiology of plant-nematode interactions.
E-mail: melakebe@msu.edu                                  


Richard W. Merritt
Professor; Ph.D., California, Berkeley, 1974. Aquatic entomology and ecology.
E-mail: merrittr@msu.edu                                     

Website: www.ent.msu.edu/FacultyPages/merrittr/tabid/133/Default.aspx


Kelly F. Millenbah
Associate Professor; Ph.D., Michigan State University, 1997. Restoration Ecology; Endangered Species Management.
E-mail: millenba@msu.edu                                     

Website:  www.fw.msu.edu/~millenba


James R. Miller
Professor; Ph.D., Pensylvania State, 1975. Behavioral and physiological aspects of insect ecology.
E-mail: miller20@msu.edu                                    

Website: www.ent.msu.edu/FacultyPages/miller20/tabid/134/Default.aspx


Gary G. Mittelbach
Professor; Ph.D., Michigan State, 1980. Community ecology and aquatics.
E-mail: mittelbach@kbs.msu.edu                                  

Website:   www.kbs.msu.edu/Faculty/Mittelbach/Index.htm


Peter G. Murphy
Professor; Ph.D., North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1970. Plant ecology.
E-mail: murphyp@msu.edu                                     

Website:   http://plantbiology.msu.edu/faculty/faculty-research/peter-g-murphy/


Patrick M. Muzzall
Professor; Ph.D., New Hampshire, 1978. Parasitology.
E-mail: muzzall@msu.edu                                      

Website:   www.zoology.msu.edu/all-faculty/patrick-m-muzzall.html


Antonio A. Nunez
Associate Dean, Graduate School and Professor; Ph.D., Florida State 1977. Biological rhythms, hormone and reproductive behaviors.
E-mail: nunez@msu.edu                                        

Website:   psychology.msu.edu/people/faculty/nunez.htm


Charles A. Ofria
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., California Institute of Technology, 1999. Evolution of biocomplexity, computational evolving
systems.
E-mail: ofria@msu.edu                                    

Website:   www.cse.msu.edu/~ofria/


Nathaniel Ostrom
Professor; Ph.D., Newfoundland, 1992. Biogeochemistry.
E-mail: ostromn@msu.edu                                    

Website: myprofile.cos.com/ostromnl


Peggy H. Ostrom
Professor; Ph.D., Newfoundland, 1990. Biogeochemical cycling.
E-mail: ostrom@msu.edu                                      

Website:   myprofile.cos.com/ostromp


Scott Peacor
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Michigan, 1992 & 2000.  Population & community ecology, ecological & ecosystem modeling, aquatic ecology.
E-mail: peacor@msu.edu                                           

Website:   www.msu.edu/~peacor


Robert T. Pennock
Professor, Lyman Briggs College; Ph.D., Pittsburgh. 1991. Philosophy of biology; evolutionary computation; history & philosophy of science; science & values.
E-mail: pennock5@msu.edu                                        

Website:  www.msu.edu/~pennock5


L. Alan Prather
Associate Professor and Director, MSU Herbarium; Ph.D., Texas at Austin, 1995. Plant systematics and evolution of floral morphology.
E-mail: alan@msu.edu                                                       

Website: plantbiology.msu.edu/faculty/faculty-research/l-alan-prather/


Harold H. Prince
Professor (Emeritus); Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic, 1968. Avian ecology and behavior.
E-mail: hhprince@msu.edu


G. Philip Robertson
Professor; Ph.D., Indiana, 1980. Ecosystem and agricultural ecology.
E-mail: robertson@kbs.msu.edu                                    

Website:   www.kbs.msu.edu/Faculty/Robertson/


Gary J. Roloff
Visiting Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Michigan State, 1994.  Ecological community responses to disturbances; landscape-level modeling, planning, and assessments.
E-mail: roloff@msu.edu                                        


Joan B. Rose
Homer Nowlin Endowed Chair of Water Research; Ph.D., Arizona, 1985. Environmental microbiology.
E-mail: rosejo@msu.edu                                    

Website:   www.fw.msu.edu/~rosejo


David E. Rothstein
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of Michigan 1999.  Ecosystem ecology.
E-mail: rothste2@msu.edu                                                  

Website: www.for.msu.edu/pages/faculty/rothstein_d.html  


Tao Sang
Associate Professor; Ph.D., Ohio State, 1995. Plant systematics and molecular evolution.
E-mail: sang@msu.edu                                          

Website:   plantbiology.msu.edu/faculty/faculty-research/tao-sang/


Orlando Sarnelle
Associate Professor; Ph.D., California, Santa Barbara, 1992. Biological limnology, ecology.
E-mail: sarnelle@msu.edu                                     

Website:   www.fw.msu.edu/~sarnelle


Norman J. Sauer
Professor; Ph.D., Michigan State, 1974. Physical and forensic anthropology, human skeletal biology.
E-mail: nsauer@msu.edu


Douglas W. Schemske
Hannah Distinguished Professor; Ph.D., Illinois, 1977. 
E-mail: schem@msu.edu                                                     

Website:  plantbiology.msu.edu/faculty/faculty-research/doug-schemske/


Thomas Schmidt
Professor; Ph.D., Ohio State, 1985. Microbial ecology and evolution.
E-mail: tschmidt@msu.edu                                    

Website:   www.mmg.msu.edu/127.html


J. Mark Scriber
Professor; Ph.D., Cornell, 1975. Evolutionary ecology of insect-plant interactions.
E-mail: scriber@msu.edu                                      

Website: www.ent.msu.edu/FacultyPages/scriber/tabid/147/Default.aspx


Kim L. Scribner
Associate Professor; Ph.D., Georgia, 1992. Population genetics, population ecology and conservation biology.
E-mail: scribne3@msu.edu                                    

Website:   www.fw.msu.edu/~scribne3


Alexander Shingleton
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Cambridge, 2001. Ecological and evolutionary developmental biology.
E-mail: shingle9 (at) msu (dot) edu                                  

Website:   www.zoology.msu.edu/all-faculty/alexander-w-shingleton.html


Shin-Han Shiu
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2001. Evolution of Genomes.
E-mail: shius (at) msu (dot) edu

Website: shiulab.plantbiology.msu.edu


Laura Smale
Professor; Ph.D., California, Berkeley, 1987. Animal behavior and its physiological substrates.
E-mail: smale@msu.edu                                        

Website:   www.zoology.msu.edu/all-faculty/laura-smale.html


James J. Smith
Associate Professor; Ph.D., Michigan State, 1985. Molecular systematics and evolution.
E-mail: jimsmith@msu.edu                                    

Website:   www.zoology.msu.edu/all-faculty/james-j-smith.html


Richard J. Snider
Professor; Ph.D., Michigan State, 1972. Invertebrate zoology.
E-mail: snider@msu.edu                                       

Website:   www.zoology.msu.edu/all-faculty/richard-j-snider.html


Patricia Soranno
Associate Professor; Ph.D., Wisconsin, Madison, 1995. Limnology and ecosystem ecology.
E-mail: soranno@msu.edu                                     

Website:   www.fw.msu.edu/~soranno


R. Jan Stevenson
Professor; Ph.D., Michigan, 1981. Algal ecology; aquatic ecology; environmental science.
E-mail: rjstev@msu.edu                                      

Website:   www.zoology.msu.edu/all-faculty/r-jan-stevenson.html


Ralph E. Taggart
Professor; Ph.D., Michigan State, 1971. Botany, paleobotany, palynology.
E-mail: taggart@msu.edu                                      

Website:  taggart.glg.msu.edu/paleo/paleo1.htm


William W. Taylor
Chairperson, Fisheries and Wildlife and Professor; Ph.D., Arizona State, 1978. Fish population and community dynamics.
E-mail: taylorw@msu.edu                                     

Website:   www.fw.msu.edu/~taylorw


Frank W. Telewski
Professor; Ph.D., Wake Forest, 1983. Developmental tree ecophysiology.
E-mail: telewski@msu.edu                                    

Website:   plantbiology.msu.edu/faculty/faculty-research/frank-w-telewski/


James M. Tiedje
University Distinguished Professor; Ph.D., Cornell, 1968. Microbial ecology.
E-mail: tiedjej@msu.edu                                         

Website:   www.mmg.msu.edu/138.html


Richard E. Triemer
Chair, Plant Biology and Professor; Ph.D., North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1975. Algal cell biology, phylogeny and systematics.
E-mail: triemer@msu.edu                                           

Website: plantbiology.msu.edu/faculty/faculty-research/richard-e-triemer/


Jean I. Tsao
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Chicago, 2001. Ecology and evolution of disease organisms.
E-mail: tsao@msu.edu                                         


Juli Wade
Professor; Ph.D., Texas, Austin, 1992. Sex differences in brain and behavior.
E-mail: wadej@msu.edu                                       

Website:  www.zoology.msu.edu/all-faculty/juli-wade.html


C. Michael Wagner
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Georgia, 2004. Behavioral and community ecology of fishes.
E-mail: mwagner@msu.edu                                       


Edward D. Walker
Professor; Ph.D., Massachusetts, 1984. Medical entomology.
E-mail: walker@msu.edu                                      

Website:   www.mmg.msu.edu/140.html


Michael B. Walters
Associate Professor; Ph.D., Minnesota.  Functional ecology of plants; forest community ecology.
E-mail: mwalters@msu.edu                                   

Website:   www.for.msu.edu/pages/faculty/walters_m.html


Patrick J. Webber
Professor (Emeritus); Ph.D., Queens University (Canada), 1971. Community and landscape ecology.
E-mail: webber@msu.edu                                     

Website:   www.cevl.msu.edu/ael/index.htm


Mark E. Whalon
Professor; Ph.D., Pennsylvania State, 1979. Agricultural pest management.
E-mail: whalon@msu.edu                                      

Website: www.ent.msu.edu/FacultyPages/whalon/tabid/139/Default.aspx


Thomas S. Whittam
Hannah Distinguished Professor; Ph.D., Arizona, 1981. 
E-mail: whittam@msu.edu                                     

Website:   www.foodsafe.msu.edu/whitta


Barry L. Williams
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Illinois, 2001. Evolutionary biology and ecological genomics.
E-mail: barryw@msu.edu      

Website: www.msu.edu/~barryw/


Scott Winterstein
Associate Chair, Fisheries and Wildlife and Professor; Ph.D., New Mexico State, 1985. Wildlife population dynamics.
E-mail: winterst@msu.edu


Catherine Yansa
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Wisconsin, Madison, 2002. Quaternary paleoenvironments; plant geography; people-environment; paleoethnobotany.
E-mail: yansa@msu.edu

Website: www.geo.msu.edu/faculty/yansa.html



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