The following courses are currently taught by my PhD students (BEAM) or me (IBIO801):
Issues in Professional Development
IBIO801, Fall semesters
This course has one primary objective: To introduce students to some of the Professional development issues with which all of us in academia grapple, including choosing research topics, strategies, and methods; grant-writing; dealing with editors and reviewers; self-presentation and salesmanship; and ethical conduct in research.
The Behavioral Ecology of African Mammals (BEAM)
This course is an international study abroad class taught in Kenya, East Africa. See the BEAM website for details on how to apply.
I have taught all of the courses below in the past, and may well do so again in future:
Freshman seminar for Honors College students
Animal Social Complexity
Epigenetic Mediation of Complex Phenotypes
Study Abroad: Behavioral Ecology of African Mammals: BEAM
MSU Zoology Course Requirements
All MSU Zoology Courses
MSU Study Abroad Website
News: One of our BEAM students was a winner in the MSU "Spartans Abroad Photo Contest" for 2007:
First Place - Places
"Local Watering Hole"
(Masai Mara National Reserve - Kenya)
Photo by Leslie Wintz