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2014-2015 Teaching in Neurobiology and Behavior

BioNB 2210 - Lecture and discussion (team taught)

BioNB 7210 - Graduate enrichment course in animal behavior

BioNB 6702/NTRES 6702 - Special Topics in Behavioral Ecology (with J. L. Dickinson) Topic for fall 2014: Underpinnings and drivers of environmental behavior. Meetings TBA; please contact the instructors for details.

 

BioNB 4340 - Advanced Behavioral Ecology. 4 units. Lectures and discussion; a writing in the majors course. A writing-intensive course for upper-division undergrads and beginning grad students interested in behavioral ecology and sociobiology. Lectures, discussions, and student presentations examine topics including adaptation, communication, life-history strategies, mating systems, optimal foraging, sexual selection, sex ratios, inbreeding and outbreeding, altruism, kin recognition, and conflict and cooperation in animal societies.

BioNB 4340, 28 Oct 2014. Back row: Tyler, Emily, Ruth, Jonathan, Phoebe, Natasha, Joseph, Rose, Zephyr, Ryan, Maria, and Rebekah. In font: Josh and Walt.

Thanks for a great class! Keep in touch.

 

 


Contact information:

Walter D. Koenig

38601 E. Carmel Valley Rd. Carmel Valley, CA 93924
Office: 607 - 221-7591
wdk4<at>cornell.edu

 

Acorn woodpecker feeding at the nest

Acorn woodpecker feeding at the nest