Ancient History 1: Education
|Ph.D.||2004||Biology (evolutionary theory)||Arizona State University|
|M.S.||2000||Economics (economic theory)||Arizona State University|
|M.A.||1998||Economics (public utility regulation)||New Mexico State University|
|M.S.||1997||Biology (evolution and ecology)||New Mexico State University|
|M.A.||1982||Mathematics (algebra and topology)||Temple University|
|B.A.||1980||Physics and Mathematics||Cornell University|
Ancient History 2: Employment
2019-now. Carleton University Academic Staff Association. Past-president.
2017-2019. Carleton University Academic Staff Association. President.
2016-now. Carleton University. Full Professor.
2013-2015. Cactus & Succulent Society of America. Editor of Haseltonia.
2013-2013. Carleton University. Instructor in Indigenous Studies.
2012-now. Carleton University. Cross-appointment in Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies.
2010-2016. Carleton University. Associate Professor.
2007-now. Carleton University. Cross-appointment in School of Mathematics and Statistics.
2006-2010. Carleton University. Assistant Professor of Biology.
2006-2010. Cactus & Succulent Society of America. Editor of Haseltonia.
2005-2006. AAAS Science Policy Fellowship.
Developed measures and policies for biodiversity and environmental condition with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
2004-2006. Arizona State University.
Faculty Research Associate developing evolutionary theory.
2004-2004. Arizona State University.
Post-Doctoral Research Associate on evolution of social behavior and quantitative genetics (supervisors: Bert Hölldobler and Jennifer Fewell).
1998-2003. Arizona State University.
Teaching associate in biology (2000-2003); research associate in economics and Central Arizona Phoenix Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER; 1999-2000); senior instructional specialist with Center for Academic Precocity (1999); teaching associate in economics (1998-99).
1998-1998. Oregon Public Utility Commission.
Economist who investigated ways to conduct electric power plant divestiture auctions.
1997-1997. New Mexico Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit.
Wildlife specialist and project coordinator for the Fort Bliss Water Study. I worked with landscape classification, endangered species, NEPA, and supervised a field crew.
1994-1998. New Mexico State University.
Teaching assistant in Biology, Statistics, Mathematics, and Economics. I taught introductory biology, botany, field biology, basic statistics, microeconomics, algebra, and women’s studies. I was responsible for the botany teaching collection and assisted with curating the herbarium.
1983-1994. Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory.
Senior mathematician conducting inertial navigation analysis, statistical modeling, gyroscopic physics, satellite navigation, acoustics, and geodesy. I organized seminars and colloquia.
1988-1989. NorthEast Star (Newspaper; Washington, DC). Science and environmental columnist.
1982-1983. Sperry [Unisys] Corporation. Assistant engineer.
1982-1983. State University of New York at Old Westbury. Adjunct instructor of mathematics.
1981-1982. Montgomery County Community College (PA). Adjunct instructor of mathematics.
1980-1982. Temple University. Teaching assistant in mathematics.