|2014 ‐ Present||Associate Professor, Grand Valley State University ‐ Department of Biology|
|2008 ‐ 2014||Assistant Professor, Grand Valley State University ‐ Department of Biology|
|2005 ‐ 2008||Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Arizona ‐ Arizona Research Laboratory|
|2003 ‐ 2005||Postdoctoral Fellow, Yale University ‐ Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology|
Honors and Awards
- Distinguished Early Career Scholar, 2012
- Gaylord Donnelley Environmental Fellowship, 2003
- Science Alliance Award for Outstanding Scholarly Achievement, 2003
- Karl Koopman Award for Outstanding Oral Presentation, 2002
- Hilton A. Smith Graduate Fellowship, 2002
- BIO376 Genetics Lab
- BIO375 Genetics
- BIO495 Evolution
- BIO480/580 Population Genetics
- BIO120 General Biology
|1997 ‐ 2003||Ph.D., University of Tennessee, Knoxville ‐ Department of Ecology and Evoluionary Biology|
|1994 ‐ 1997||M.S., Bowling Green State University|
|1990 ‐ 1994||B.S., Bowling Green State University|
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Journal articles (22)
Sex-biased dispersal produces high error rates in mitochondrial distance-based and ...
Journal of Mammalogy (2014)
Species delimitation using mitochondrial sequences aims to identify species as morphological expertise and biodiversity both decline. Species delimitation in animals ...
Coalescent analyses support multiple mainland-to-island dispersals in the evolution of ...
Journal of Biogeography (2008)
Aim We investigate the directionality of mainland-to-island dispersals, focusing on a case study of an African-Malagasy bat genus, Triaenops (Hipposideridae). ...
Extremely variable di- and tetranucleotide microsatellite loci in Brazilian free-tailed ...
Molecular Ecology Notes (2005)
We present three dinucleotide and six tetranucleotide microsatellite loci that were developed for the Brazilian free-tailed bat, Tadarida brasiliensis (Chiroptera, ...