Every fall, I teach Principles of Wildlife Management (FW 260), a course targeted towards sophomores and juniors that focuses on principles of ecology applied to management and conservation of wildlife.

Every fall, I also teach Conservation Biology (FW455), a senior-level course that examines the integrative approaches necessary for the protection and management of earth’s biological diversity.

For more information on these courses, please visit CSU’s Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology Department.

Please note:  I will be on sabbatical in Fall 2017 and therefore will not be teaching that semester.