GRADUATE STUDY IN ANIMAL BEHAVIOR
BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY, NEUROETHOLOGY, AND SOCIOBIOLOGY
H. C. Mueller: Graduate Students 1976-1987
Stephen Trumbo, Ph. D. 1987. The ecology of parental care in burying beetles. Postodoctoral associate, SUNY-Binghampton and University of Illinois; assistant professor, University of Connecticut, Westbury.
Ken Meyer, Ph. D. 1987. Sexual dimorphism and the behavioral ecology of breeding and wintering sharp-shinned hawks. Research associate, University of Florida, Gainesville.
Patricia Parker, Ph. D. 1984. Communal roosting in black vultures and turkey vultures: a test of the information center hypothesis. Associate professor, Department of Zoology, Ohio State University; professor, University of Missouri-St. Louis.
Harold Sears, Ph. D. 1976. Breeding behavior of the gull-billed tern. Professor and dean, University of South Carolina, Union.
Kerry Rabenold, Ph. D. 1976. Foraging strategies, diversity and seasonality in Appalachian spruce-fir bird communities. Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Purdue University.
Lynne Moseley, Ph. D. 1976. Behavior and communication in the least tern. Professor, Department of Biology, Guilford College, Greensboro, NC.
David Inouye, Ph. D. 1976. Resource partitioning and community structure: a study of bumblebees in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Professor, Department of Zoology, University of Maryland.
Maxine Biben, Ph. D. 1976. Analysis of the motivation for predatory and play behavior in the domestic cat. National Institutes of Health.
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