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Dr. Todd Levine

Lecturer in Biology 262.524.7283 tlevine@carrollu.edu Rankin Hall 305

TEACHES IN THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM(S)

Biology

Education

  • Hancock Biological Station, Post-doctoral appointment
  • Miami University, Ph.D.
  • University of Missouri St. Louis, Bachelors in Biology and Political Science
  • Wilderness and Civilization Program at University of Montana
  • Research Experience for Undergraduates: University of Michigan Biological Station
  • Pierre Laclede Honors College & Conservation Certificates

Areas of Specialization

Ecology, Evolution and Organismal Biology. Focus on population genetics, population dynamics and demography, community composition, freshwater systems & behavior.

Scholarly and Professional Achievements

Research Fellow - Milwaukee Public Museum

Grants & Contracts from Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Fish and Wildlife Service, New Mexico Department of Game and Fish

Previously private consultant

Presented at international meetings, including International Congress of Arachnology, Ecological Society of America, Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Society for Conservation Biology

Published in international and regional journals such as Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, Freshwater Biology, American Midland Naturalist & Journal of Freshwater Ecology

Designed study abroad trip, "Polar bears to plankton" for UW-Colleges to Churchill, MB to study biological effects of climate change

Service to Carroll University and Profession

Institutional Service

Member of the Advisory Board for the UW-Milwaukee - School for Freshwater Science Professional Science Masters Program

Professional Service

Data provider/reviewer for conservation decisions including Idaho Springsnail, Gray Redhorse, Texas Hornshell, Mapleleaf and Pimpleback mussels

Community Outreach

Participant in community science events, lectures for organizations such as Kettle Moraine Natural History Society, Boy Scouts, daycares and school districts

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