Teaching Faculty

Miranda Davis

Miranda Davis

Wildlife population dynamics and the ecological interactions among large mammal populations; how large mammal populations (specifically carnivores, ungulates) coexist and how these communities can be managed and conserved in the face of rapid environmental change in a human-dominated world

Phone: 860.486.1768

Michael Finiguerra

Michael Finiguerra

Evolutionary ecology of zooplankton, specifically how stressors can affect ecological interactions and evolutionary trajectories; pedagogical approaches to teaching science to undergraduates

Web site
Phone: 860.405.9051

Adam Fry

Adam Fry

Avian population genetics and phylogeography; genetics of host-endosymbiont coevolution, particularly the WolbachiaDrosophila association; identifying best practices in university-level pedagogy

Web site
Phone: 860.486.4689

Susan Herrick

Susan Herrick

Behavioral ecology and herpetology, particularly interested in social behavior and interspecific interactions; spatial and acoustic interactions between breeding ranid frogs

Phone: 860.486.5662

Claudia Kraemer

Claudia Kraemer

General biology, zoology, animal behavior, cell and molecular biology, embryology, genetics, anatomy and physiology

Web site
Phone: 203.251.8585

Paula Philbrick

Paula Philbrick

The biology of long-lived macrophytes with a current focus on the importance of associated microbiota

Web site
Phone: 203.236.9845

Susan Preston-Berlin

Susan Preston-Berlin

Phone: 203 236-9800

Luciana Santoferrara

Luciana Santoferrara

Systematics, diversity and biogeography of planktonic ciliates, with emphasis on tintinnids. Ecological roles of ciliates in marine plankton

Phone: 203.251.8530

Rod Wilson

Rod Wilson

Web site
Phone: 203.251.8527