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About John Stireman

I have broad interests in ecology and evolutionary biology and in uniting these fields to study how biological diversity is organized into communities and how it has developed over evolutionary time.  My research interests span such topics as plant-insect and tri-trophic interactions, the processes of population differentiation and speciation, phylogenetic systematics, and the structure of ecological communities. My focus is primarily on insects, which, due to their immense taxonomic and ecological diversity, offer countless opportunities to examine a wide range of ecological and evolutionary questions.

Positions

Present Professor, Wright State University Biological Sciences
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Curriculum Vitae




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Honors and Awards

  • Presidential Award for Faculty Excellence: Early Career Achievement, Wright State University (2008)

Education

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August 2002July 2005 Postdoctoral Fellow, Iowa State University
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May 2001August 2002 Postdoctoral Fellow, Tulane University
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April 2001 PhD, University of Arizona ‐ Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
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May 1993 BS, University of Utah ‐ Biology
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