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

Colorado Education Activities


Looking Downstream from Paria Riffle. Credit: Justin Pressfield, USGS.


Title Instructor(s) Start Date End Date
Travel Abroad Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Winkelman 2020-01-02 2020-01-16
Travel Abroad Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Winkelman 2019-01-02 2019-01-16
Travel Abroad Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Winkelman 2018-01-02 2018-01-16
Sampling and analysis of vertebrate populations Anderson 2002-01-14 2002-05-15
Sampling and Analysis of Vertebrate Populations Kendall 2014-01-19 2014-05-10
Sampling Biological Populations; actually it's on marked animal data and distance sampling Burnham 2006-01-19 2006-03-31
Sampling Biological Populations; actually it's on marked animal data and distance sampling Burnham 2004-01-21 2004-04-02
Principles of Study Design for Fish and Wildlife Burnham 2002-08-27 2002-12-10
Principles of Probability Sampling with Emphasis on Applications to Natural Resource Sampling Burnham 2001-10-15 2001-12-14
Principles of Ecology Breton 2002-09-01 2002-12-21
Population Ecology Winkelman 2002-08-15 2002-12-15
Population Ecology Winkelman 2000-01-10 2000-05-10
Population Dynamics (online) Winkelman 2020-01-20 2020-05-15
Population Dynamics (online course) Winkelman 2018-01-20 2018-05-15
Population Dynamics Winkelman 2017-01-20 2017-05-15
Population Dynamics Winkelman 2019-01-22 2019-05-15
Population Dynamics Winkelman 2015-01-19 2015-05-15
Population Dynamics Winkelman 2013-01-19 2013-05-15
Population Dynamics Winkelman 2011-01-19 2011-05-15
Population Dynamics Winkelman 2009-01-19 2009-04-06
Population Dynamics Winkelman 2007-01-15 2007-05-15
Population Dynamics Winkelman 2005-01-18 2005-05-13
Philosophy of Science for Ecology Burnham 2002-08-28 2002-12-11
Model Selection, University of Zurich, Switzerland Anderson 2000-10-20 2000-10-23
Model Selection and Inference Anderson 2003-01-12 2003-05-10
Model Selection and Inference Anderson 2001-01-16 2001-04-08
Hierarchical Modeling in Ecology Hooten 2015-08-01 2015-12-20
Hierarchical Modeling in Ecology Hooten 2013-08-01 2013-12-20
Hierarchical Modeling in Ecology Hooten 2011-08-01 2011-12-20
Fisheries Science Winkelman 2005-01-18 2005-05-13
Fisheries Science Winkelman 2001-01-10 2001-05-05
Fish Habitat Management Bergersen 2001-01-20 2001-05-15
FWCB Independent Study Hooten 2014-08-15 2014-12-20
FWCB Graduate Faculty Seminar Hooten 2016-01-10 2016-05-10
Evolutionary Concepts in Conservation Winkelman 2013-09-19 2013-12-15
Evolutionary Concepts in Conservation Winkelman 2011-09-19 2011-12-15
Design of Fish and Wildlife Studies (Principles of Scientific Study Design) Burnham 2006-08-21 2006-12-15
Design of Fish and Wildlife Studies (Principals of Scientific Study Design) Burnham 2008-08-25 2008-12-19
Design of Fish and Wildlife Studies Burnham 2004-08-23 2004-12-15
Design and Analysis of Mark-Recapture and Occupancy Studies Kendall 2016-01-20 2016-05-10
Conservation and Ecology of Desert and Marine Animals Winkelman 2020-01-01 2020-03-30
Conservation and Ecology of Desert and Marine Animals Winkelman 2019-01-01 2019-03-30
Bayesian Analysis of Ecological Models and Data Hooten 2011-08-15 2011-12-20
Adaptive Resources Management Lubow 2001-03-05 2001-05-12
Adaptive Fish and Wildlife Management Kendall 2015-01-18 2015-05-08
Training Provided Instructor(s) Completion Date
Workshop on the comprehensive analysis of northern spotted owl demography data ("Northern Spotted Owl Demography Workshop".) Second workshop dealt with capture-recapture and fecundity and some covariates and habitat data.) Burnham 2004-01-05
Training for Trainers for new 4-H Sportfishing Program Bergersen 2002-04-13
To graduate students in Statistics. Anderson 2002-02-12
The information-theoretic approach in the analysis of empirical data. Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma. Anderson 2001-05-05
Stephen's kangaroo rat monitoring workshop for MCB Camp Pendleton. Burnham 2004-07-20
Seminar given at the University of California at Santa Barbara, "Advances in capture-recapture: parameters as random effects." and "Model selection: AIC, BIC and Multimodel Inference." Burnham 2003-02-11
San Clemente Island Fox Monitoring Planning Workshop Burnham 2006-01-14
Population Modeling for Ecotoxicology Winkelman 2014-04-17
Philosophical and statistical aspects of the information-theoretic approach in science. Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, Mississippi. Anderson 2001-05-10
PRIMES Workshop on Bayesian Methods in Wildlife Population Monitoring Burnham 2006-06-16
Open population capture-recapture models and program MARK. Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado. Anderson, Burnham 2002-06-07
Multi-model inference. Utah State University, Logan, Utah. Anderson 2001-10-18
Motorboat Operator's Certification Course (MOCC), U.S. Department of the Interior, Lincoln, Nebraska. Pope, Winkelman 2010-05-13
Motorboat Operator's Certification Course (MOCC), U.S. Department of the Interior Bergersen 2002-05-23
MBI Workshop 5: Uncertainty in Ecological Analysis Burnham 2006-04-06
MARK:5-day international workshop on the analysis of capture-recapture data using program MARK. Burnham 2004-06-18
MARK: 5 day international workshop held on the CSU campus - on the anaylsis of capture-recapture data using program MARK. Burnham 2007-06-08
MARK: 5 day international workshop held on the CSU campus - on the anaylsis of capture-recapture data using program MARK. Burnham 2003-06-06
MARK: 5 day International workhop held on the campus of Colorado State University on the analysis of capture-recapture (and related) data using program MARK Burnham 2008-06-07
MARK-5 day International intermediate workshop held at CSU campus on the analysis of capture-recapture (and related) data using program MARK. Formal title: Analysis of Encounter Data from Marked Animal Populations Burnham 2009-06-05
MARK program - 5 day international workshop, June 14-18 2003 program Burnham 2003-06-18
MARK Workshop - Analysis of Encounter Burnham 2006-06-09
Kendall, Bill, Mike Runge, Jim Nichols, Clint Moore, and Bruce Lubow. Adaptive wildlife management. Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Laurel, MD. Lubow 2001-05-16
Kendall, B., M. Runge, J. Nichols, C. Moore and B. Lubow. Adaptive wildlife management. 8th Annual Wildlife Society Conference, Reno, NV. Lubow 2001-09-24
Ken Burnham, student Devin Johnson, provided training to students in Statistics Burnham 2002-02-05
Ken Burnham, Aaron Schwartz provided training to students in FWB. Burnham 2002-02-25
Introduction to Distance Sampling at the International Conference on Distance Sampling (ICODS), St. Andrews, Scotland. Burnham 2001-07-27
Information-theoretic methods: alternatives to statistical null hypothesis testing. 7th Annual Conference of The Wildlife Society, Nashville, Tennessee. Anderson, Burnham 2001-09-12
Information theoretic methods. Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado. Anderson 2002-01-10
Gave seminar at the University of Chicago, under the auspices of the Center for Integrating Statistical and Environmental Science, "Model selection: Understanding AIC and multimodel inference, with contrasts to BIC." Burnham 2003-01-30
Co-organizer and presenter of a full-day workshop "Adaptive Wildlife Management: Concepts, Optimization Tools, and Case Studies," The Wildlife Society 8th Annual Conference, 25-29 September 2001, Reno, NV Moore, Kendall, Lubow 2001-09-25
Co-developer and instructor of graduate-level course at Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Evenstad Campus: "Adaptive Management", 9-13 September 2019, Evenstad, Norway. Presentation of lectures, lab exercies, case studies, and final assignment. Kendall, Moore 2019-09-13
Co-developer and instructor of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service course: "Adaptive Management: Structured Decision Making for Recurrent Decisions" (CSP 3176), USFWS National Conservation Training Center, 22-26 June 2009, Shepherdstown, WV. Preparation and delivery of 6 course modules. Moore, Kendall, Johnson, Williams, Eaton, McGowan 2009-06-26
Co-developer and instructor of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service course: "Adaptive Management: Structured Decision Making for Recurrent Decisions" (CSP 3176), USFWS National Conservation Training Center, 15-19 September 2008, Shepherdstown, WV. Preparation and delivery of 6 course modules. Moore, Kendall, Johnson, Williams 2008-09-19
Co-developer and instructor of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service course: "Adaptive Management: Structured Decision Making for Recurrent Decisions" (ALC 3176), USFWS National Conservation Training Center, 24-28 September 2018, Shepherdstown, WV. Presented 5 case study modules. Moore, Kendall 2018-09-28
Co-developer and instructor of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service course: "Adaptive Management: Structured Decision Making for Recurrent Decisions" (ALC 3176), USFWS National Conservation Training Center, 16-20 September 2013, Shepherdstown, WV. Preparation and delivery of 6 course modules. Moore, Kendall, Romito 2013-09-20
Co-developer and instructor of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service course: "Adaptive Management: Structured Decision Making for Recurrent Decisions" (ALC 3176), USFWS National Conservation Training Center, 11-15 September 2017, Shepherdstown, WV. Led discussion of 5 case study modules. Moore, Kendall 2017-09-15
Co-chair, 2002 Whirling Disease Symposium Steering Committee. Bergersen 2002-02-15
Chronic wasting disease risk analysis workshop: An integrative approach. Held in Fort Collins, CO @ the USGS Fort Collins Science Center. Burnham 2004-05-13
Capture-recapture: analysis of encounter data for marked animal populations. Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado. Anderson, Burnham 2001-06-08
Capture-Re-Capture Studies for Environmental Biology at the School of Biological Sciences Section of Applied Statistics-University of Reading,UK Burnham 2007-07-11
CSU FWCB & CDOW R Short Course Hooten, Ruiz-Gutierrez 2011-08-19
CITES/MIKE sponsored "Mike Dung Count Task Force Meeting." Burnham 2003-10-29
Bayesain Statistics for Ecologists. Shortcourse objectives were to: (i) Gain an understanding of Bayesian Methods; (ii) Learn to specify Bayesian models (write them down in mathematical notation); (iii) Learn how to read and interpret applied Bayesian literature; (iv) Gain an understanding of Bayesian computation (largely through MCMC); (v) Learn how to display and interpret Bayesian model output; and (vi) Learn how to connect Bayesian models with scientific inquiry. Team-taught with M. Hooten, COCFWRU. Attended by 12 MS and PhD graduate students, Utah State University, 12-16 Mar 2012. Edwards, Hooten 2012-03-16
Avian Influenza Monitoring Committee Burnham 2007-09-30
At the University of Wellington (New Zealand) gave symposia on "Model selection: AIC, BIC and multimodel inference." Burnham 2003-12-17
Anthony, R., D. Anderson, K. Burnham, G. C. White, A. B. Franklin, and J. Nichols. Workshop on Analysis of Demographic Rates of Northern Spotted Owls. Oregon Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Corvallis, Oregon (6-11 January 2004). Anderson, Burnham, Franklin 2004-01-11
Anderson, D. R., K. P. Burnham, G. C. White, A. B. Franklin, and G. S. Olson. Intermediate-level Workshop on Program MARK. Colorado Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Fort Collins, Colorado (7-11 June 1999). Anderson, Burnham, Franklin 1999-06-11
Anderson, D. R., K. P. Burnham, A. B. Franklin, and T. M. Shenk. International Workshop on Design and Analysis of Distance Sampling Data - Theory and Application. University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. (16-30 June 1995). Anderson, Burnham, Franklin 1995-06-30
Advanced Pond Management Workshop, 7 February 2002, Stillwater, OK. 120 attendees from Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma State University, and the public. Winkelman 2002-02-07
AIC-based model selection short course at UC-San Diego, California. Invited by the San Diego chapter of the American Statistical Society. http://www.sdasa.org/ http://www.sdasa.org/events/courses/2008/sdasa-ann-20080115.pdf Burnham 2008-03-07
AIC-based model international workshop at the Department of Biological & Environmental Science at the University of Jyvaskyla, Finland for 47 graduate students and Post Docs.Co-taught with David Anderson - Emeritus CO CFWRU Burnham 2007-11-07
AIC Model Selection Workshop Burnham 2006-05-13
Title and Location Speaker Date
Winkelman, D.L. and R. Fitzpatrick 2005. Estimating sources of northern pike (Esox lucius) recruitment in the Yampa River, using otolith microchemistry. Upper Colorado River Working Group annual meeting. Grand Junction, CO.
Presented to: Upper Colorado River Recovery Program
Fitzpatrick, Winkelman 2005-10-15
Winkelman, D.L. 2008. An evolutionary perspective on the management of whirling disease
Presented to: University of Arkansas
Winkelman 2008-04-10
Winkelman, D.L. 2007. An evolutionary perspective on the management of whirling disease
Presented to: Colorado State University
Winkelman 2007-02-16
Winkelman, D.L. 2006. Potential management strategies for whirling disease: an ecological and evolutionary tale of Myxobolus cerebralis, Tubifex tubifex, and trout.
Presented to: University of Eastern Illinois
Winkelman 2006-11-16
Winkelman, D.L. Striped bass in Lake Texoma: a tale of two rivers. 2005. University of Wyoming, Department of Zoology and Physiology, Laramie, WY.
Presented to: University of Wyoming
Winkelman 2004-03-15
WNAR/IMS Meeting
Presented to: Portland State University
Burnham 2009-06-14
WNAR/IMS Joint Meeting held on the campus of the Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO
Presented to: Colorado School of Mines
Burnham 2003-06-22
The future of Colorado Great Plains native fishes: too long in the wasteland?
Presented to: University of Wyoming
Winkelman 2017-11-18
The fundamental ideas of AIC-based model selection and multimodel inference
Presented to: Colorado State University
Burnham 2009-02-27
The fundamental ideas of AIC-based model selection & miltimodel inference
Presented to: CNRS-CEFE, Montpellier
Burnham 2009-04-03
The Foundation of AIC and its use in Multi-Model Inference presented at Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, sponsored by the Washington Statistical Society (WSS), Methodology Section and the USFWS.
Presented to: Washington Statistical Society (WSS), Patuxent Wildife Research Center (PWRC) and USFWS
Burnham 2000-05-08
Statistical null hypothesis testing: the end of an era.
Presented to: Mississippi State University
Anderson 2001-05-09
Statistical null hypothesis testing: does progress always have to ride on a hearse?
Presented to: Washington Forest and Fish Adaptive Management Program - Olympia, Washington - held on the St. Martin's Campus
Anderson 2002-10-23
Statistical null hypothesis testing: does progress always have to ride on a hearse?
Presented to: Utah State University
Anderson 2001-10-17
Statistical null hypothesis testing: does progress always have to ride on a hearse?
Presented to: University of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Canada
Anderson 2002-10-07
Statistical null hypothesis testing: does progress always have to ride on a hearse?
Presented to: University of Maine, Orono
Anderson 2002-09-30
Statistical null hypothesis testing: does progress always have to ride on a hearse?
Presented to: University of Maine
Anderson 2002-10-01
Statistical null hypothesis testing: does progress always have to ride on a hearse?
Presented to: University of Denver, Colorado
Anderson 2001-11-05
Statistical null hypothesis testing: does progress always have to ride on a hearse?
Presented to: Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Anderson 2002-10-10
Seminar given at the University of California at Santa Barbara, "Advances in capture-recapture: parameters as random effects." and "Model selection: AIC, BIC and Multimodel Inference."
Presented to: University of California, Santa Barbara
Burnham 2003-02-10
Rocky Mountain streams past and present: the influence of forest stand age and wood deposition on trout and insect biomass
Presented to: Colorado State University, Colorado Water Center
Winkelman 2015-04-20
Presentation at the Kyoto Symposium on the types of problems that Akaike Information Criterion has been applied.
Presented to: University of California-San Diego; Division of Biostatistics and Physical Sciences
Burnham 2007-03-15
Participated in the technical meeting EURING 2003, Oct. 6-10, 2003 in Radolfzell, Germany. "The Quantitative Study of Marked Individuals in Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology."
Presented to: No particular University hosted this event.
Burnham 2003-10-07
Overview of Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Unit Aquatic Research Projects
Presented to: Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Winkelman 2015-12-16
On the Current Status of Capture-Recapture Models in Wildlife Research
Presented to: Statistics for Natural Resources
Burnham 2004-06-08
Officer of WNAR-IBS: participate at the XXIV International Biometric Conference hosted by the British & Irish Region of IBS. Biennial conference on Statistics Applied to Life Sciences.
Presented to: University College Dublin, Ireland
Burnham 2008-07-13
Null hypothesis testing: why progress in applied ecology has been so slow.
Presented to: Oklahoma State University
Anderson 2001-05-04
National and International Contributions to Environmental Sampling by Faculty and Alumni of OSU Statistics Department. Invited as a distinguished alumni to the conference to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the OSU Statistics Department
Presented to: Oregon State University: Statistics Department
Burnham 2007-06-30
Monitoring Science & Sampling Technology Symposium
Presented to: International event held in Denver
Burnham 2004-09-22
Model selection: AIC, BIC and Multimodel Inference
Presented to: University of Wellington
Burnham 2003-12-17
Model Selection: Understanding AIC and Multimodel Inference, with Contrasts to BIC
Presented to: University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; Center for integrating Statistical and Environmental Science
Burnham 2003-01-29
Model Selection: AIC, BIC and Multimodel Inference
Presented to: University of California, Santa Barbara, California; Statistics and Applied Probability Department
Burnham 2003-02-11
McGree, M., D.L. Winkelman, and N. Viera. 2008. An estrogenic endocrine disruptor alters reproductive behaviors and fecundity of the red shiner.
Presented to: Colorado State University
McGree, Winkelman 2008-03-07
Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM); American Statistical Association, the Institute of Mathematical Statistics, the Canadian Statistics, the Canadian Statistical Society and ENAR and WNAR of the International Biometrics Society.
Presented to: Minneapolis, MN
Burnham 2005-08-07
Invited speaker at the 2008 International Statistical Ecology Conference; presenting paper: "Capture-recapture data analysis in ecology: where we are and how we get there"
Presented to: University of St. Andrews, Edinburgh, Scotland
Burnham 2008-07-09
Invited by the Department of Zoology, University of Oklahoma to present a seminar on data-based model selection in ecology and a short workshop on model selection.
Presented to: University of Oklahoma
Burnham 2006-10-04
Gave seminar at the University of Chicago, under the auspices of the Center for Integrating Statistical and Environmental Science, "Model selection: Understanding AIC and multimodel inference, with contrasts to BIC."
Presented to: University of Chicago
Burnham 2003-01-29
Fitzpatrick, R. and D.L. Winkelman. 2005. Estimating sources of northern pike (Esox lucius) recruitment in the Yampa River, using otolith microchemistry.
Presented to: Colorado State University
Fitzpatrick, Winkelman 2007-04-15
Featherman, E., D.L. Winkelman, and G. Schisler. 2008. The physiological effects of whirling disease on susceptible and resistant strains of rainbow trout
Presented to: Colorado State University
Winkelman, Fetherman 2008-09-12
Estrogenic Exposure: Reproduction, survival, and the future of eastern plains native fishes
Presented to: Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Winkelman 2016-02-11
Estimation of long-term trends and variation in avian survival probabilities using random effects models. Graduate-Faculty Seminar Series.
Presented to: Colorado State University
Anderson, Burnham, Franklin 2000-12-01
EURING 2009-Estimation, modeling and conservation of vertebrate populations using marked animals.
Presented to: Montesilvano
Burnham 2009-09-18
EURING 2007 Statistical theory and practice of wildlife capture-recapture data. World's top scientists present current research and exchange ideas/expertise.
Presented to: University of Otago, New Zealand: Centre for Application of Statistics and Mathematics
Burnham 2007-01-09
Distinguished Lecture Series
Presented to: Texas A&M, Corpus Christy
Burnham 2009-02-27
Clapp, C., D.L. Winkelman, and K. Thompson. 2008. Investigating competition among lineages of Tubifex tubifex and the potential for biological control of whirling disease
Presented to: Colorado State University
Clapp, Winkelman 2008-04-11
At the University of Wellington (New Zealand) gave symposia on "Model selection: AIC, BIC and multimodel inference."
Presented to: University of Wellington, New Zealand
Burnham 2003-12-15
Alternatives to null hypothesis testing: must progress always ride on a hearse?
Presented to: Colorado State University
Anderson 2001-01-26
Advances in Capture-Recapture: Parameters as Random Effects
Presented to: University of California, Santa Barbara, California; Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology Department
Burnham 2003-02-10
2004 Applied Statistics Symposium
Presented to: International Chinese Statistical Association (ICSA)
Burnham 2004-06-07
Title Presenter Date
Whirling Disease: an evolutionary perspective Winkelman 2008-11-07
Whirling Disease: an evolutionary perspective Winkelman 2007-11-07
Whirling Disease: an evolutionary perspective Winkelman 2007-10-05
Statistical null hypothesis testing: the end of an era. Anderson 2001-05-09
Statistical null hypothesis testing: does progress always have to ride on a hearse? Anderson 1999-10-10
Science in the Court Room Anderson 2000-12-12
Philosophy of Ecology Anderson 2001-09-30
Philosophy of Ecology Anderson 2000-11-15
Philosophical and statistical aspects of the information-theoretic approach in science Anderson 2001-05-10
Null hypothesis testing: why progress in applied ecology has been so slow. Anderson 2001-05-04
Metapopualtion dynamics and evolutionary consequences of whirling disease Winkelman 2008-10-07
Ken Burnham, student Devin Johnson, provided training to students in Statistics Burnham 2002-01-12
Ken Burnham, Aaron Schwartz provided training to students in FWB. Burnham 2002-02-10
Information-theoretic methods in the scientific process. Anderson 2000-11-22
Importance of Theory and Critical Science in Fish and Wildlife Anderson 2002-09-12
Hypothesis testing; and end of an era. Anderson 2000-11-15
Fish Tagging Methods Bergersen 2000-10-01
Fish Habitat Management and Whirling Disease Bergersen 2002-03-26
FWCB Graduate Orientation Winkelman 2020-09-09
Conservation Biology and Behavioral Ecology Winkelman 2000-12-01
Biology of introduced species Winkelman 2001-03-15
Behavioral Tradeoffs in Fishes Winkelman 2004-03-15
Analysis of Age and Growth in Fishes Winkelman 2004-09-15
An Introduction to Population Ecology Winkelman 2002-09-12
Student (Degree) Advisor Start Year End Year
Zimmerman, Shawna (PhD) Hooten 2014 Present
Yenni, Glenda (PhD) Hooten 2009 2013
Xiao, Xiao (PhD) Hooten 2010 2014
Wilson, Tamara (PhD) Hooten 2006 2010
Williams, Perry (PhD) Hooten 2011 2015
Weller, Zachary (PhD) Hooten 2013 Present
Watt, Sara (MS) Winkelman 2003 2005
Warner, Katy (PhD) Hooten 2012 2016
Utrup, Nicholas (MS) Winkelman 2002 2006
Tisdale-Hein, Rinda (MS) Burnham 1999 2001
Tejan, Ellen (MS) Winkelman 1999 2002
Stiffler, Samantha (MS) Winkelman 2010 2015
Sternenberger, Andrea (PhD) Winkelman 2014 Present
Smith, Audrey (MS) Hooten 2008 2010
Siers, Shane (PhD) Hooten 2011 2014
Sherick, Peter (MS) Hooten 2008 2010
Schwartz, Aaron (MS) Burnham 1998 2002
Schooley, Robert (PhD) Burnham 1996 2002
Schmelter, Mark (PhD) Hooten 2009 2013
Roy, Christian (PhD) Hooten 2011 2015
Remshardt, Jason (MS) Winkelman 1999 2001
Rayburn, Andrew (PhD) Hooten 2006 2011
Raiho, Ann (MS) Hooten 2012 2014
Northrup, Joseph (PhD) Hooten 2011 2015
Meredith, Christy (PhD) Hooten 2007 2012
McClintock, Brett (PhD) Burnham 2005 2008
Lowry, John (PhD) Hooten 2006 2010
Leach, Clint (PhD) Hooten 2012 Present
Leach, Clint (MS) Hooten 2013 Present
Larsen, Randy (PhD) Hooten 2004 2008
Kotalik, Christopher (PhD) Winkelman 2015 Present
Kopack, Christopher (PhD) Winkelman 2016 Present
Ketz, Alison (PhD) Hooten 2013 Present
Kasparian, Maral (MS) Winkelman 1999 2000
Johnson, Leslie (MS) Winkelman 1999 2001
Johnson, Devin (PhD) Burnham 2001 2003
Johnson, Devin (PhD) Anderson 2001 2003
Johnson, Devin (MS) Anderson 1998 2000
Gibson-Reinmer, Daniel (MS) Winkelman 2004 2008
Gerber, Brian (PhD) Hooten 2011 2015
Gardunio, Eric (MS) Hooten 2012 2014
Farnsworth, Matthew (MS) Burnham 2000 2001
Falke, Jeff (PhD) Winkelman 2004 2009
Esslinger, George (MS) Breton 2009 2011
Dooley, Joshua (MS) Burnham 2006 2008
Dinsmore, Steve (PhD) Burnham 1999 2001
Dinsmore, Steve (PhD) Anderson 1999 2001
Davis, Stacey (MS) Winkelman 2002 2005
Davis, Amy (MS) Burnham 2007 2008
Dauwalter, Daniel (PhD) Winkelman 2002 2006
Dabney, Brittney (MS) Winkelman 2013 Present
Conn, Paul (PhD) Burnham 2004 2007
Compagnoni, Aldo (PhD) Hooten 2009 2013
Churchwell, Roy (MS) Winkelman 2002 2005
Christiansen, Kyle (PhD) Hooten 2014 Present
Cadmus, Peter (PhD) Winkelman 2012 Present
Brinson, Ayeisha (MS) Burnham 2001 2002
Brandt, Mandi (MS) Winkelman 2006 2009
Brand, Arriane (PhD) Burnham 1999 2004
Blecha, Kevin (MS) Hooten 2012 2015
Bayard de Volo, Shelley (PhD) Burnham 2001 2008
Bakian, Amanda (MS) Hooten 2006 2008