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About James Hayward

Jim Hayward received his Ph.D. in zoology from Washington State University. He teaches General Ecology, Issues in Origins and Speciation, and a senior seminar course on research methods and
bioethics. Hayward has investigated the communication, habitat selection and reproductive success of gulls. He co-directs the interdisciplinary Seabird Ecology Team, which develops mathematical models to forecast the behavioral ecology of marine animals. He also
experimentally evaluates physical and chemical processes that promote eggshell fossilization in avian and non-avian dinosaurs. Hayward's research has been funded by grants from Sigma Xi, The American Museum of Natural History, Andrews University, and the National Science Foundation.

Positions

Present Research Professor of Biology, Andrews University
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Education

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PhD Zoology, Washington State University
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MA Biology, Andrews University
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BS Biology, Walla Walla College
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Contact Information

Office Location: Price Hall 223
Phone: (269) 471-3241

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