Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Units Program: Arizona
Education, Research and Technical Assistance for Managing Our Natural Resources

Arizona Education Activities


Photo of landscape taken at a Arizona reservoir.

Graduate students working at the Arizona Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit can earn Master's and Ph.D.'s in Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation and Management. We strive to ensure students work closely with university, state and federal scientists and managers so they recieve a thorough education in the fish and wildlife management techniques required for the 21st century.

Title Instructor(s) Start Date End Date
Showcase of Promising Scientists in Natural Resources Seminar Series Culver January 2005 May 2005
Recent Advances in Genetics Culver January 2017 May 2017
Recent Advances in Genetics Culver January 2016 May 2016
Recent Advances in Genetics Culver January 2015 May 2015
Recent Advances in Genetics Culver January 2014 May 2014
Recent Advances in Genetics Culver January 2013 May 2013
Recent Advances in Genetics Culver August 2017 December 2017
Recent Advances in Genetics Culver August 2016 December 2016
Recent Advances in Genetics Culver August 2015 December 2015
Recent Advances in Genetics Culver August 2014 December 2014
Recent Advances in Genetics Culver August 2013 December 2013
Recent Advances in Genetics Culver August 2012 December 2012
RNR 495A/595a – Communication Skills in Conservation Bonar January 2017 May 2017
Ornithology Conway January 2004 May 2004
Independent Study in Comparative Analysis Conway January 2002 May 2002
Independent Study in Behavioral Ecology Conway January 2001 May 2001
Fisheries Management and Ecology Seminar Bonar January 2004 May 2004
Fisheries Management Lab Bonar January 2008 May 2008
Fisheries Management Bonar January 2020 May 2020
Fisheries Management Bonar January 2014 May 2014
Fisheries Management Bonar January 2012 May 2012
Fisheries Management Bonar January 2008 May 2008
Fisheries Management Bonar January 2010 May 2010
Cultivating Diversity in the Natural Resources Culver August 2005 December 2005
Conservation Genetics Laboratory Culver August 2016 December 2016
Conservation Genetics Culver August 2017 December 2017
Conservation Genetics Culver August 2016 December 2016
Conservation Genetics Culver August 2015 December 2015
Conservation Genetics Culver August 2014 December 2014
Conservation Genetics Culver August 2013 December 2013
Conservation Genetics Culver August 2011 December 2011
Conservation Genetics Culver August 2010 December 2010
Conservation Genetics Culver August 2009 December 2009
Conservation Genetics Culver August 2007 December 2007
Conservation Genetics Culver August 2006 December 2006
Conservation Genetics Culver August 2005 December 2005
Conservation Genetics Culver August 2004 December 2004
Conservation Genetics Culver August 2003 December 2003
Conservation Biology Culver January 2010 May 2010
Conservation Biology Culver January 2008 May 2008
Conservation Biology Culver January 2007 May 2007
Conservation Biology Culver August 2008 December 2008
Conservation Biology Culver August 2007 December 2007
Conservation Biology Culver August 2006 December 2006
Conceptual Foundations in Wildlife Ecology Conway August 2005 December 2005
Conceptual Foundations in Wildlife Ecology Conway August 2003 December 2003
Conceptual Foundations in Wildlife Ecology Conway August 2002 December 2002
Conceptual Foundations in Ecology Conway August 2009 December 2009
Conceptual Foundations in Ecology Conway August 2007 December 2007
Conceptual Foundations in Ecology Conway August 2001 December 2001
Biopolitics: Communication in the Natural Resources Bonar January 2011 May 2011
Biopolitics: Communication in the Natural Resources Bonar January 2013 May 2013
Biopolitics Bonar January 2009 May 2009
Biopolitics Bonar January 2007 May 2007
Biopolitics Bonar January 2005 May 2005
Biopolitics Bonar January 2003 May 2003
Advanced Inland Fisheries Management Bonar January 2006 May 2005
Advanced Fisheries Management Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences 525 Bonar January 2002 May 2002
Advanced Avian Habitat Selection Conway January 2005 May 2005
Training Provided Instructor(s) Completion Date
Wildlife Techniques Workshop, taught scat ID, scat collection and preservation techniques, with respect to extracting DNA. Culver April 2014
Use of relative length frequency to analyze fish population data - AZG&F Dept. Agency School Bonar June 2001
Use of Distance Sampling and Program Distance to estimate detection probability and population size of hard to detect organisms Conway March 2009
These workshops train participants in identifying all common calls for 13 marsh birds listed as focal species in the North American Marsh Bird Monitoring Program. We also train attendees how to fill out the program’s data sheets, how to improve estimates of distance to calling birds, and the purpose of each aspect of the continental program. Conway, Nadeau March 2010
These workshops train participants in identifying all common calls for 13 marsh birds listed as focal species in the North American Marsh Bird Monitoring Program. We also train attendees how to fill out the program’s data sheets, how to improve estimates of distance to calling birds, and the purpose of each aspect of the continental program. Conway April 2009
The Conservation Professional?s Guide to Working with People. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arlington, Virginia, November 2007 (Workshop). Bonar November 2007
The Conservation Professional?s Guide to Working with People. Texas Parks and Wildlife, Fredricksburg, Texas, August 2008 (Workshop). Bonar September 2008
The Conservation Professional?s Guide to Working with People. Arizona Game and Fish Department Agency School, Flagstaff, Arizona, June 2008 (Workshop). Bonar June 2008
The Conservation Professional?s Guide to Working with People, American Fisheries Society 137th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California. September 2-6, 2007 (Workshop). Bonar September 2007
The Conservation Professional's Guide to Working With People, Short Training Session, Texas Parks and Wildlife, Inland Fisheries Division, Athens, Texas. Bonar August 2015
Symposium Co-Chair, International Standard Sampling, 7th World Fisheries Congress, Busan, Korea Bonar May 2016
Symposium Co-Chair, Interactions Between Hydrology and Nonnative Aquatic Species (Symposium), American Fisheries Society Bonar August 2016
Organized and hosted a Burrowing Owl comparative demography workshop at North American Ornithological Conference in New Orleans, 26 September 2002. 25 attendees including scientists from Canada and Mexico. Conway September 2002
Organized a half-day workshop on burrowing owl research efforts and methods used in eastern Washington that was attended by 20 people from 5 state/federal/NGO organizations. Conway May 2003
Methods for measuring and estimating demographic parameters in Burrowing Owls Conway November 2001
Marsh Bird Training Workshop. Yuma, Arizona. Developed and presented 3-day training workshop attended by 60 biologists from 30 different agencies/organizations from across the country. Bartok, Conway, Nadeau March 2007
Marsh Bird Training Workshop. Yuma, Arizona. Developed and presented 3-day training workshop attended by 60 biologists from 30 different agencies/organizations from across the country. Bartok, Conway, Nadeau March 2006
Marsh Bird Training Workshop. Yuma, Arizona. Developed and presented 3-day training workshop attended by 60 biologists from 30 different agencies/organizations from across the country. Conway, Nadeau March 2005
Marsh Bird Training Workshop. Yuma, Arizona. Developed and presented 3-day training workshop attended by 60 biologists from 11 different agencies/organizations from Arizona, California, Nevada, and Mexico. Handled all aspects of training and logistics as Conway, Nadeau March 2004
Marsh Bird Training Workshop. Yuma, Arizona. Developed and presented 3-day training workshop attended by 25 biologists from different agencies/organizations from across the country. Bartok, Conway, Nadeau March 2008
Marsh Bird Training Workshop. Weeks Bay, Alabama. Developed and presented 3-day training workshop attended by biologists from several different agencies/organizations from across the country. Bartok, Conway March 2008
Marsh Bird Training Workshop. Prime Hook NWR, Delaware. Developed and presented 3-day training workshop attended by FWS biologists from from across the Northeast. Bartok, Conway May 2007
Marsh Bird Training Workshop. Georgetown, South Carolina. Developed and presented 3-day training workshop attended by biologists from different agencies/organizations. Conway May 2007
Marsh Bird Training Workshop, Yuma, Arizona. Developed and presented 3-day training workshop attended by 60 biologists from 11 different agencies/organizations from Arizona, California, Nevada, and Mexico. Handled all aspects of training and logistics ass Conway, Nadeau March 2004
Marsh Bird Training Workshop 2011 - These workshops train participants in identifying all common calls for 13 marsh birds listed as focal species in the North American Marsh Bird Monitoring Program. We also train attendees how to fill out the program’s data sheets, how to improve estimates of distance to calling birds, and the purpose of each aspect of the continental program. Conway, Nadeau March 2011
MOCC Motorboat Operator's Course, December 12, 2017 Bonar December 2017
Lecturer for Modern Genetics for Resource Magagers Workshop 2003, as part of the National Park Service's George Wright Meeting. Lecutre was on methods to determine carnivore abundance in Grand Canyon and nearby southwestern National Parks. Culver April 2003
Field Training Workshops for Trapping and Banding Burrowing Owls. 27-30 June 2005, Tucson Arizona. Developed and put-on 3-day training workshop attended by 15 biologists from Department of Defense from across the western U.S. Handled all aspects of organi Conway June 2005
Field Training Workshop for Trapping and Banding Burrowing Owls. April 2006, Tucson Arizona. Developed and put-on 3-day training workshop attended by biologists from U.S. Department of Defense. Handled all aspects of organization, logistics, and training Conway, Garcia, Garcia April 2006
DOI Motorboat Operators Certification Course Bonar October 2020
Citizen Science Training Workshop for wildlife monitoring using trail cameras. Culver April 2014
Biopolitics Course at the Arizona Game and Fish Department Agency School Bonar June 2003
Biology of aquatic weeds: fish and plant interactions. University of California Davis Aquatic Weed School, Davis, California. November 2007 (Short course). Bonar November 2006
Aquatic Plant Control Short Course, Taught grass carp and aquatic plant fish interactions sections. Facilitated by Portland State University, Portland, Oregon, September 2004. Bonar September 2004
Title and Location Speaker Date
Using high-definition underwater videography and social psychology to increase public interest in rare desert fishes. Seminar to the USFWS Southern Nevada Office and Collaborators, August 21, 2019
Presented to: USFWS Southern Nevada Office
Bonar August 2019
Turning up the heat: Effects of climate change on the fight to conserve the Southwest’s rare and spectacular fishes
Presented to: University of Arizona
Bonar September 2017
The Conservation Professional's Guide to Working With People
Presented to: Texas Parks and Wildlife Annual Meeting
Bonar August 2015
The Conservation Professional's Guide to Working With People
Presented to: Montana AFS Annual Meeting
Bonar February 2012
Standardization and management of fish data for rivers and streams of the Southern U.S.
Presented to: Southern Division AFS Workshop
Bonar January 2015
Seminar, Conservation Seminar Series, The conservation professional?s guide to working with people.
Presented to: University of Arizona
Bonar November 2007
School of Renewable Natural Resources Seminar
Presented to: University of Arizona
Bonar October 2001
Progress on International Collaboration on Inland Fish Standard Sampling Methods
Presented to: Inland Fisheries Institute, National Institute of Fisheries Science
Bonar May 2016
Population subdivision in the Chiricahua Leopard Frog
Presented to: USFWS Ecological Services Offices
Culver July 2009
Population subdivision in the Chiricahua Leopard Frog
Presented to: Arizona Game and Fish Department Offices
Culver August 2009
On trial! Biologists' views of serving as expert witnesses
Presented to: University of Arizona
Bonar January 2016
ON TRIAL: Biologists Views of Serving as Expert Witnesses
Presented to: University of Arizona Law School
Bonar September 2016
Macias-Duarte, A., and C. J. Conway. 2005. Cambio en comportamiento migratorio de Athene cunicularia y su disminuci�n poblacional en latitudes septentrionales. Escuela de Biolog�a. Universidad Aut�noma de Sinaloa. Culiac�n, Sinaloa, Mexico. 26 April 2005.
Presented to: Universidad Aut�noma de Sinaloa
Conway, Macias Duarte April 2005
Kirkpatrick, C., C. J. Conway, and D. E. Swann. 2007. Quantifying impacts of surface water and groundwater depletion on riparian bird communities in the desert southwest.
Presented to: Departmental Seminar, School of Natural Resources, University of Arizona.
Conway, Kirkpatrick April 2007
Jaguar monitoring, citizen science, and conservation genetics
Presented to: The Sierra Club - Tucson Chapter Meeting
Culver June 2017
Intraspecific molecular taxonomy – examples from mammams and mollusks
Presented to: University of Arizona, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department
Culver October 2007
Genetics in wildlife management: current state and future direction
Presented to: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Region 2 Science Seminar Series
Culver May 2006
Genetic applications for the conservation of Amphibians and Reptiles
Presented to: Tucson Herpetological Society
Culver February 2017
Effects of land-use on migratory behavior and abundance of nongame birds
Presented to: University of Wyoming
Conway April 2011
Effects of land-use and management actions on game and nongame birds
Presented to: University of Idaho
Conway June 2011
Effects of land-use and management actions on game and nongame birds
Presented to: Idaho Department of Fish and Game
Conway June 2011
Ecology and Natural History of Marsh Birds
Presented to: Arizona Riparian Council
Conway March 2011
Department of Zoology Seminar
Presented to: University of Wyoming
Bonar October 2000
Conway, C. J. 2003. Comparative demography of Burrowing Owls in North America; a collaborative approach for determining underlying causes of regional population declines. Department of Fishery and Wildlife Sciences, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM, 2003. 28 January 2003.
Presented to: New Mexico State University
Conway January 2003
Conway, C. J. 2001. Clutch size evolution in birds: Lack?s hypothesis revisited. Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, 27 November 2001.
Presented to: University of Arizona
Conway November 2001
Conway, C. J. 2000. Behavioral decisions of nesting birds: tradeoffs among thermal requirements, foraging needs, and risk of nest predation. School of Natural Resources, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, 27 September 2000.
Presented to: University of Arizona
Conway September 2000
Conservation Professional's Guide to Working with People
Presented to: University of Idaho
Bonar February 2016
Conservation Genetics in Wildlife and Fisheries
Presented to: University of Arizona, Genetics Graduate Interdisciplinary Program
Culver November 2002
Boundaries – biological and political – and their relevance to conservation
Presented to: Northern Arizona University
Culver October 2008
Bonar, S.A., 2007. Fishes in the Desert. Aquatic research at the Arizona Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. Guest Speaker at the Washington Cooperative Fish and Wildife Research Unit Annual Cooperator?s Meeting. May 15, 2007. INVITED.
Presented to: University of Washington
Bonar May 2007
Bonar, S.A. 2007. (Keynote/Plenary Address) The conservation professional?s guide to working with people. Urban Wildlife Management National Conference, Arbor Day Foundation, June 18-20, 2007. INVITED
Presented to: Urban Wildlife Management National Conference, Arbor Day Foundation. Keynote Address
Bonar June 2007
Bonar, S.A. 2007. (Keynote/Plenary Address) Standard sampling methods for North American inland fish: A multi-agency project coordinated by the American Fisheries Society. Fish Stock Assessment Methods for Lakes and Reservoirs: Towards the True Picture of the Fish Stock. Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic, September 11-15, 2007.
Presented to: Keynote Address - Conference: Stock Assessment Methods for Lakes and Reservoirs: Towards the True Picture of the Fish Stock. Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic
Bonar September 2007
Bonar, S.A. 2007. (Keynote/Plenary Address ? Student Breakfast) The conservation professional?s guide to working with people. The Wildlife Society 14th Annual Conference, Tucson, Arizona. September 22-26, 2007.
Presented to: The Wildlife Society 14th Annual Conference - Special Address to the Student Breakfast
Bonar September 2007
Bonar, S.A. 2006. (Keynote/Plenary Address) Nonnative aquatic species in the American West: Their weird history, current research and thoughts for the future. Arizona-New Mexico Chapter of the American Fisheries Society/The Wildlife Society, Flagstaff, Arizona, February 2-4, 2006.
Presented to: Keynote Address, Arizona-New Mexico Chapter of the American Fisheries Society/The Wildlife Society, Flagstaff, Arizona
Bonar February 2006
Bonar S. and Y. Kuzmenko. 2006. Managing inland populations of large, piscivorous fish, from important commercial fisheries to invasive, economically harmful species. Address to the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Environmental Security Council, NATO Headquarters, Brussels, Belgium, September 28, 2006.
Presented to: North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Environmental Security Council, Brussels, Belgium
Bonar September 2006
Are changes in land-use affecting demography and migratory behavior of Burrowing Owls in North America?
Presented to: University of Idaho
Conway March 2009
Title Presenter Date
Writing Effective Scientific Proposals, Biopolitics (WFSC 595A), University of Arizona Conway February 2005
Working in the Fisheries Profession for UA Introduction to Natural Resources Class Bonar October 2015
Working in the Fisheries Profession for UA Introduction to Natural Resources Class Bonar October 2014
Wildlife Management/Mammalian Species Culver November 2008
Wildfire and Fishes in UA Introduction to Wildland Fire Bonar October 2014
Wildfire and Fishes in UA Introduction to Wildland Fire Bonar February 2018
Value of conservation for Science Teachers/Science Teachers Workshop/ Aerospace and Engineering Bonar July 2010
Use of indices in fisheries managment/Fisheries Management Bonar April 2007
Use of Relative Length Frequency for Fisheries Management Bonar April 2003
The Rarest Fish in the World: Native Desert Fishes of the American Southwest and Their Response to a Changing Climate Bonar September 2018
The Rarest Fish in the World: Native Desert Fishes of the American Southwest and Their Response to a Changing Climate Bonar February 2018
The Rarest Fish in the World: Native Desert Fishes of the American Southwest and Their Response to a Changing Climate Bonar February 2016
Techniques for communication in natural resources/Conservation Biology Bonar November 2009
Responsibilities and ethics of peer-reviewers of scientific proposals and papers, Principles of Research (RNR 546), University of Arizona Conway September 2006
Preparing budgets in grant proposals, Principles of Research (RNR 546), University of Arizona. Conway November 2005
Overview of Working in the Fisheries Profession/Meeting of Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Bonar October 2014
Overview of Working in the Fisheries Profession - Introduction to Natural Resources Bonar October 2017
Overview of Working in the Fisheries Profession - Introduction to Natural Resources Bonar October 2016
Obtaining Funding from Agencies Bonar October 2000
Monitoring Inland Fish Populations Bonar April 2005
Molecular Genetic Applications to Conservation Biology Culver April 2003
Methods to monitor inland fish populations Bonar April 2004
How to write successful research proposals. Conway September 2009
How to write successful grant proposals and develop a vibrant research program, Principles of Research (RNR 546), University of Arizona Conway September 2006
How to write successful grant proposals Conway September 2005
How to write successful grant proposals Conway September 2004
How to write successful grant proposals Conway September 2003
How to write successful grant proposals Conway September 2002
How to Write Successful Research Proposals, Principles of Research (RNR 546), University of Arizona Conway September 2007
How to Obtain Funding Bonar October 2002
Grass Carp for Aquatic Plant Control/Fisheries Management Bonar January 2007
Grass Carp for Aquatic Plant Control Bonar February 2004
Grass Carp for Aquatic Plant Control Bonar April 2005
Grass Carp for Aquatic Plant Control Bonar April 2003
Genetics in Natural Resources Culver October 2015
Genetics and Fish Management in Wild Populations Culver April 2006
Genetics and Conservation Culver November 2002
Genetic Applications to Conservation Biology Culver October 2004
Genetic Applications in Mammalogy Culver October 2016
Genetic Applications in Mammalogy Culver November 2009
Fishes of the Desert Southwest/Wildlife and Society Bonar October 2014
Fishes of Arizona/Wildlife and Society Bonar September 2010
Fishes of Arizona/Wildlife and Society Bonar October 2007
Fishes of Arizona/Wildlife Conservation and Society Bonar September 2009
Fishes of Arizona/Wildlife Conservation and Society Bonar September 2008
Fishes of Arizona/Conservation Biology Bonar October 2007
Fishes of Arizona, Wildlife and Society Bonar September 2011
Fishes of Arizona, Wildlife and Society Bonar October 2016
Fishes of Arizona - Wildlife and Society Bonar September 2012
Fishes of Arizona Bonar September 2005
Fishes of Arizona Bonar October 2004
Fishes of Arizona Bonar October 2003
Fishes of Arizona Bonar October 2002
Fishes of Arizona Bonar October 2001
Fishes of Arizona Bonar October 2000
Fisheries Habitat Management in UA Wildlife Habitat Management Class Bonar October 2014
Fish Sampling Techniques (in UA Wildlife Management Class) Bonar October 2016
Fish Sampling Techniques (in UA Wildlife Management Class) Bonar October 2014
Fish Habitat Measurement (Wildlife Management) Bonar November 2017
Fish Habitat Measurement (Wildlife Management) Bonar November 2016
Distance Sampling and Program Distance to estimate population size Conway March 2009
Developing Research Proposals, Biopolitics (WFSC 595A), University of Arizona. 21 March 2007. Conway March 2007
Developing Proposals and Pre-proposals Conway September 2010
Developing Budgets for Research Proposals, Principles of Research (RNR 546), University of Arizona Conway September 2007
Developing Budgets for Research Proposals, Principles of Research (RNR 546), University of Arizona Conway November 2006
Conserving Connectivity Culver October 2008
Conservation Genetics in Wildlife and Fisheries Culver February 2004
Conservation Genetics in Natural Resources Culver October 2017
Conservation Genetics in Natural Resources Culver October 2016
Conservation Genetics in Natural Resources Culver October 2015
Conservation Genetics in Natural Resources Culver October 2014
Conservation Genetics in Natural Resources Culver October 2013
Conservation Genetics in Natural Resources Culver October 2010
Connectivity for pumas, black bears, and ambersnails in Arizona Culver October 2008
Communication in Conservation Biology/Conservation Biology Bonar November 2010
Avian Life History Strategies and Parental Care, Ornithology (ECOL 484/584), University of Arizona Conway February 2007
Assisted Migration - Genetic Issues Culver March 2014
Assisted Migration - Genetic Issues Culver March 2013
Assisted Migration - Genetic Issues Culver February 2012
Assessing Connectivity on US-Mexico Border Culver November 2017
Applications of genetics to mammalian evolution and biology Culver June 2008
Applications of Genetics to Fish and Wildlife Conservation Culver October 2003
Applications of Genetics to Conservation Biology Culver April 2005
Advice for obtaining research funding Conway February 2011
Student (Degree) Advisor Start Year End Year
Zugmeyer, Claire (MS) Conway 2003 2007
Weiser, Michael (PhD) Conway 2001 2007
Ulrich, Taylor (MS) Bonar 2016 2018
Teal, Chad (PhD) Bonar 2018 Present
Steckler, Sonya (MS) Conway 2005 2009
Schultz, Andrew (PhD) Conway 2001 2007
Schade, Chuck (MS) Conway 2001 2003
Rosemartin, Alyssa (MS) Conway 2006 2008
Rheude, Margaret (MS) Culver 2004 Present
Palmer, Geoffrey (MS) Conway 2005 2012
Oleson, Brittany (MS) Conway 2010 2019
Ogonowski, Mark (MS) Conway 2003 2007
Nemec, Zachary (MS) Bonar 2016 2019
Neils, Aletris (PhD) Conway 2009 2011
Minor, Rebecca (MS) Conway 2007 2010
Messier, Julie (PhD) Conway 2009 2011
Merrick, Melissa (PhD) Conway 2009 2016
McCreedy, Chris (MS) Conway 2008 2014
McCarthy, Megan (PhD) Conway 2001 2007
Macias-Duarte, Alberto (PhD) Conway 2003 2011
Macias Duarte, Alberto (PhD) Culver 2005 Present
Lundblad, Carl (MS) Conway 2011 2014
Lee, Larissa (MS) Bonar 2016 2018
Larson, Kyle (MS) Conway 2007 2009
Lantz, Sarah (MS) Conway 2002 2005
Kennedy, Laura (MS) Conway 2007 2009
Kahrs, David (MS) Conway 2005 2008
Johnson, Glenn (MS) Conway 2005 2011
Jo, Yeong-Seok (PhD) Conway 2010 2011
Jentsch, Stephanie (MS) Conway 2002 2005
Jenney, Chris (MS) Bonar 2019 Present
Ingram, Steven (MS) Bonar 2019 Present
Hughes, Katie (MS) Conway 2002 2007
Hinojosa-Huerta, Osvel (PhD) Conway 2002 2006
Harvey, Tiffany (MS) Conway 2007 2009
Gwinn, Nate (MS) Conway 2005 2011
Grant, Joshua (MS) Bonar 2019 Present
Goode, Matt (PhD) Culver 2003 2005
Gatewood, Doreen (MS) Bonar 2001 2004
Garcia, Victoria (MS) Conway 2001 2005
Garcia, Maria (MS) Conway 2010 2014
Freed, Emily (MS) Bonar 2019 Present
Fix, Paul (MS) Conway 2006 2011
Dwyer, James (MS) Culver 2002 Present
Dwyer, James (MS) Conway 2002 2004
Donaldson, Brad (MS) Culver 2006 2008
Dillon, Kristen (MS) Conway 2010 2013
Decker, Paula (PhD) Culver 2008 Present
Decker, Karie (MS) Conway 2007 2009
Craddock, Cheryl (PhD) Conway 2004 2009
Cote, Isabella (PhD) Bonar 2004 2007
Corral, Lucia (PhD) Culver 2015 Present
Cerro, Ana (MS) Conway 2010 2012
Borgmann, Kathi (PhD) Conway 2005 2010
Blais, Brian (PhD) Culver 2015 Present
Bennett, Kendall (PhD) Culver 2015 Present