SDSU Undergrads enjoying Class Fieldtrip

A strength of the undergraduate Biology curriculum at San Diego State is our continuing emphasis on hands-on, organismal-focused courses.  Faculty members of the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology program areas continue to offer many such classes (e.g., Botany, Ichthyology, Herpetology, Ornithology, Mammalogy, Invertebrate Zoology, etc), providing a holistic and rather unique educational experience.

The pic below shows students in my Fall 2011 Terrestrial Arthropod Biology class, after a late-summer day of collecting in eastern San Diego County.  Notice how everyone is smiling  …  spending time outdoors will do that to you.

Fall 2011 Arthropod Biology Students

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University Professor, teaching college students about biological diversity & evolution, conducting original research in the realm of arachnid systematics
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