Quality Education in the Benedictine Tradition
Dr. Stephen M. Jodis, DeanThe Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics, and ComputingPhone: firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Professor of Biology
N108, Sis and Herman Dupré Science Pavilion
OrnithologyBehavioral EcologyWildlife Biology
B.A. Human Ecology. 1996. College of the Atlantic. Bar Harbor, Maine. Ph.D. Biological Sciences. 2003. Purdue University. West Lafayette, Indiana.
BL 150 General Biology I BL 151 General Biology I Laboratory BL 114 Human Biology and Laboratory BL 119 Conservation Biology BL 228 Wildlife Biology BL 229 Wildlife Biology Laboratory BL 230 Ornithology BL 301 Junior Research Seminar BL 302 Research Project BL 303 Research Thesis Recent Publications Kellam J.S. 2003. Pair bond maintenance in pileated woodpeckers at roost sites during autumn. Wilson Bulletin 115: 186-192. Kellam J.S., Wingfield J.C., and Lucas J.R. 2004. Nonbreeding season pairing behavior and the annual cycle of testosterone in male and female downy woodpeckers, Picoides pubescens. Hormones and Behavior 46: 703-714. Koenig W.D., Walters E.L., Walters J.R., Kellam J.S., Michalek K.G., and Schrader M.S. 2005. Seasonal body weight variation in five species of woodpeckers. The Condor 107: 810-822. Kellam J.S., Lucas J.R., and Wingfield J.C. 2006. The role of testosterone in male downy woodpeckers in winter home range use, mate interactions and female foraging behaviour. Animal Behaviour 71: 695-707.