1982 to present - Department of Biology, Washburn University
1980-1981 - Instructor, Chadron State College
I am interested in using knowledge of animal behavior to conserve endangered species. In this context I have studied the behavior of Przewalski's horses in captivity and after reintroduction to the wild in Mongolia. On a theoretical basis I am intrigued by social behavior, especially mate choice, kin selection, and reciprocal altruism. I also have an interest in applied animal behavior.
Public Dog Training Classes, Lawrence Jayhawk Kennel Club
Prairieland Visiting Animals Association; Reading Education Assistance Dog
Topeka Feral Cat Friends: trap, neuter, return program for feral cats
2000 - A. Roy Myers Excellence in Research Award
1999 to present - IUCN Equid Specialists Group