The Instructor: Dr. David Anderson
Dr. David Anderson has had a long and distinguished career in wildlife biology and theoretical ecology.
He has published 15 books and research monographs; 99 papers in peer-reviewed national/international scientific journals; 45 book chapters, government scientific report series, and conference proceedings and transactions; and 15 technical reports in ecology and other life sciences and statistical science.
He was a senior scientist with the U.S. Geological Survey, a faculty member at Colorado State University, and is now president of Applied Information Company in Fort Collins, Colorado.
In 2004 he received the prestigious Aldo Leopold Memorial Award and Medal. Nominators and supporters described him as "the most influential person in the wildlife management profession over the past 30 years."
For more information about Dr. Anderson, visit his website.
HSU students who want credit for attending should It will be 1 unit, CR/NC.
Class enrollment for credit must happen before census (Sept. 19).