Dr. Bob Brodman
Associate Professor of Biology
B.A. Rutgers University; M.S. University of Michigan; M.S. Eastern Michigan University; Ph.D. Kent State University
Dr. Brodman's research focuses on conservation of amphibian and reptiles, with questions ranging from ecology to animal behavior. He has developed an undergraduate research program centered on ecotoxicology studies investigating the impacts herbicides, habitat restoration, farming practices, and disease ecology on biodiversity and population abundance. Dr. Broadman has published over 50 peer-reviewed research articles and book chapters, and over 50 technical reports and editorials, many co-authored with undergraduate students. He has also been honored with several awards for teaching and scholarship.
Biological Principles I; Evolution; Zoology; Mammalogy; Herpetology; Island Ecology; Research Experience for Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors; Global Fellows – US Virgin Islands Travel Prep, The Biology of Bats