Student Research in Animal Behavior
Major in Animal Behavior

Animal Behavior Research Opportunities



We offer our students in the Animal Behavior Major the opportunity to jump right into research in their very first semester of college. Our faculty members are constantly conducting research with students in the areas of ethology, sensory biology, sensory ecology, behavioral ecology, and evolutionary ecology. We encourage students to review the research interests of faculty and to discuss getting involved with faculty members whose research sounds interesting.

Current Student Research Projects

Research Presentations by Animal Behavior Students and Faculty

Published Research Articles by Animal Behavior Students and Faculty




Contact

Tom McCarthy, Ph.D.
Associate Dean of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
163 Gordon Science Center

(315) 223-2510
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