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

Utah Education Activities


Photo of Cache Valley Wetlands

Unit personnel teach the following courses at Utah State University:
J. A. Bissonette:
WILD 6710-7710, Wildlife Ecology (Spring )
T. C. Edwards:
WILD 6500, Biometry: Design and Analysis of Ecological Research (Fall)
P. Budy
WATS 3100/5100, Fish Diversity and Conservation (Fall 2008, 27 students)
WATS 3100/5100, Fish Diversity and Conservation Laboratory Practicum (Fall 2008, 9 students)

Title Instructor(s) Start Date End Date
statR5: Categorical Methods in R Edwards October 2015 December 2015
statR4: Basic Regression Techniques in R Edwards October 2015 December 2015
statR3 - Analysis of Variance Techniques in R Edwards October 2015 December 2015
statR2 – Descriptive Statistics and Basic Graphs in R Edwards August 2015 October 2015
statR1 - Research Design Edwards August 2015 October 2015
sdhmR - Species Distribution and Habitat Modelling Using R Edwards January 2020 May 2020
sdhmR - Species Distribution and Habitat Modelling Using R Edwards August 2020 December 2020
baseR – Data Management and Manipulation in R Edwards August 2015 October 2015
baseR for Biologists Edwards August 2011 October 2011
baseR - Data Management and Manipulation in R Edwards May 2020 August 2020
baseR - Data Management and Manipulation in R Edwards January 2020 April 2020
baseR - Data Management and Manipulation in R Edwards January 2019 May 2019
baseR - Data Management and Manipulation in R Edwards January 2018 May 2018
baseR - Data Management and Manipulation in R Edwards August 2020 December 2020
baseR - Data Management and Manipulation in R Edwards August 2019 December 2019
baseR - Data Management and Manipulation in R Edwards August 2018 December 2019
baseR - Data Management and Manipulation in R Edwards August 2017 December 2017
baeR - Data Management and Manipulation in R Edwards January 2017 April 2017
Topics in Spatial Ecology Edwards March 2010 March 2010
Topics in Spatial Ecology Edwards January 2006 May 2006
Topics in Spatial Ecology Edwards January 2004 April 2004
Topics in Spatial Ecology Edwards January 2001 May 2001
Research Communication Budy January 2019 May 2019
Principles of Stream Restoration: Part I Budy May 2005 May 2005
Principles of Stream Restoration: Part I Budy July 2007 July 2007
Principles of Stream Restoration Budy August 2004 August 2004
Population Ecology Budy September 2006 December 2006
Landscape EcologyShortcourse/University of Freiburg--Germany Bissonette November 2005 December 2005
Landscape Ecology Workshop- University of Lisbon, Portugal Bissonette June 2003 June 2003
Landscape Ecology Shortcourse/University of Freiburg--Germany Bissonette November 2007 December 2008
Landscape Ecology Short Course-Albert-Ludwigs-Universitaet, Freiburg Germany Bissonette November 2005 December 2005
Landscape Ecology Bissonette January 2010 April 2010
Landscape Ecology Bissonette January 2008 April 2008
Landscape Ecology Bissonette January 2007 April 2007
Landscape Ecology Bissonette January 2006 April 2006
Landscape Ecology Bissonette January 2005 May 2005
Independent Study Edwards, Chipps August 2019 December 2019
Graduate Student Induction - Lake Fish Ecology Budy August 2014 August 2014
Graduate Population Assessment Budy January 2005 May 2005
Graduate Population Assessment Budy January 2003 May 2003
Graduate Population Assessment Budy January 2001 May 2001
Graduate Induction Class- Lake Fish Ecology Budy August 2015 August 2015
Graduate Fish Ecology Budy February 2019 April 2019
Graduate Fish Ecology Budy February 2018 April 2018
Graduate Fish Ecology Budy March 2004 April 2004
Fish Ecology Budy January 2002 February 2002
Fish Diversity and Conservation Laboratory Budy September 2015 December 2015
Fish Diversity and Conservation Laboratory Budy September 2014 December 2014
Fish Diversity and Conservation Laboratory Budy September 2013 December 2013
Fish Diversity and Conservation Laboratory Budy September 2012 December 2012
Fish Diversity and Conservation Laboratory Budy September 2010 December 2010
Fish Diversity and Conservation Lab Budy September 2009 December 2009
Fish Diversity and Conservation Lab Budy September 2008 December 2008
Fish Diversity and Conservation Budy September 2010 December 2010
Fish Diversity and Conservation Budy September 2009 December 2009
Fish Diversity and Conservation Budy September 2008 December 2008
Fish Diversity and Conservation Budy September 2015 December 2015
Fish Diversity and Conservation Budy September 2014 December 2014
Fish Diversity and Conservation Budy September 2013 December 2013
Fish Diversity and Conservation Budy September 2012 December 2012
Design and Analysis of Ecological Research Edwards August 2011 December 2011
Design and Analysis of Ecological Research Edwards August 2010 December 2010
Design and Analysis of Ecological Research Edwards August 2009 December 2009
Design and Analysis of Ecological Research Edwards August 2006 December 2006
Design and Analysis of Ecological Research Edwards August 2005 December 2005
Design and Analysis of Ecological Research Edwards August 2004 December 2004
Design and Analysis of Ecological Research Edwards August 2003 December 2003
Design and Analysis of Ecological Research Edwards August 2002 December 2002
Design and Analysis of Ecological Research Edwards August 2001 December 2001
Conservation Biology Budy September 2002 October 2002
Bissonette, J. A. 2012. Landscape Ecology Workshop, 23 January – 2 February 2012 as part of Fubright, University of Lisbon Bissonette January 2012 February 2012
Bissonette, J. A. 2012. Drivers of Landscape Change, 6 week class, 9 February – 11 March 2012 as part of Fulbright, University of Lisbon. 9 Ph.D. students Bissonette February 2012 March 2012
Biometry - Design and Analysis of Ecological Research Edwards August 2017 December 2017
Biometry - Design and Analysis of Ecological Research Edwards August 2016 December 2016
Biometry - Design and Analysis of Ecological Research Edwards August 2014 December 2014
Big River Management Budy January 2002 May 2002
Training Provided Instructor(s) Completion Date
“How to write a scientific, peer-reviewed manuscript (an/or improve the quality and impact of your annual reports)”. Utah Chapter of American Fisheries Society (taught at the request of the Chapter and UDWR). 25 March, 2020. St. George, UT.

Budy March 2020
statR-I – Descriptive Statistics in R Common descriptive statistics in R. Five modules on (i) numerical descriptive statistics, (ii) graphical descriptive statistics, (iii) assessing distributions, (iv) measures of correlation, (v) basic graphs for portraying descriptive data. Seven exercises associated with the course. Edwards August 2015
graphR - Basic Graphing in R Basics of graphing in R, with an emphasis on the creation of publication-quality graphs for journals. Five Modules on (i) plot layouts, (ii) saving graphics output, (iii) plot size and resolution, (iv) plot axes, symbols and lines, and (v) six basic graphs in R. Nine exercises associated with the course. Edwards February 2017
gisR – Basic Geographic Information Systems Analysis Covers common GIS data manipulations and analyses using raster-based, and polygon, line and point shapefiles. Twelve exercises are associated with the course. Edwards September 2015
gisR – Basic Geographic Information Systems Analysis Covers common GIS data manipulations and analyses using raster-based, and polygon, line and point shapefiles. Twelve exercises are associated with the course. Edwards July 2015
gisR – Basic Geographic Information Systems Analysis Covers common GIS data manipulations and analyses using raster-based, and polygon, line and point shapefiles. Twelve exercises are associated with the course. Edwards April 2015
gisR – Basic Geographic Information Systems Analysis Covers common GIS data manipulations and analyses using raster-based, and polygon, line and point shapefiles. Twelve exercises are associated with the course. Edwards January 2017
baseR – Data Management and Manipulation in R An introduction to R, including Sections on: (i) The R Environment (8 Modules), (ii) Basics of Data Management (9 Modules), and (iii) Data Manipulation in R (9 Modules). Eighteen exercises associated with the course. Edwards July 2015
baseR – Data Management and Manipulation in R An introduction to R, including Sections on: (i) The R Environment (8 Modules), (ii) Basics of Data Management (9 Modules), and (iii) Data Manipulation in R (9 Modules). Eighteen exercises associated with the course. Edwards January 2015
baseR – Data Management and Manipulation in R An introduction to R, including Sections on: (i) The R Environment (8 Modules), (ii) Basics of Data Management (9 Modules), and (iii) Data Manipulation in R (9 Modules). Eighteen exercises associated with the course. Edwards August 2015
baseR for Natural Resource Graduate students. Workshop on data organization and manipulations in R often needed to prepare collected field data for analysis. Attended by 27 MS and PhD graduate students, Utah State University, 5 sessions, 26 Sept, 3, 10, 17, & 24 Oct 2011. Edwards October 2011
baseR for DWR Biologists. Workshop on data organization and manipulations in R often needed to prepare collected field data for analysis. Attended by 34 DWR and FWS biologists, 3 Fridays 10, 17 & 24 February 2012. Edwards February 2012
Workshop on Random Forests, 2009 Meeting of the U.S. Chapter of the International Association for Landscape Ecology, Snowbird, Utah, 4/15/2009. Random Forests: applications to conservation issues (subtitled: Is the forest really better than the tree? And what if you’re in the grasslands?). Edwards April 2009
Stream Restoration, Utah State University, Department of Aquatic, Watershed, and Earth Resources. Co-taught with J. Schmidt, M. Kondolf, and P. Wilcox. 2006. Budy May 2006
Species Distribution Modelling Using R. Utah State University, Logan, Utah, 15-19 March 2010 The class covers major parametric, semi- and non-parametric models currently used in species distribution models, ranging from the tried and true GLMs to GAMs to Random Forests. Workshop also covers design issues, principally those related to (i) presence only vs. true presence-absence data, and (ii) sample frame issues leading to grossly unbalanced training data (ie prevalence) and their effects on model output. All analyses would be taught using R. Edwards March 2010
Species Distribution Modelling Using R The course covers major parametric, semi- and non-parametric models currently used in species distribution models (SDM), ranging from GLMs to GAMs to Random Forests / Boosted Regression Trees. Course also covers design issues, principally those related to (i) presence only vs. true presence-absence data, and (ii) sample frame issues leading to grossly unbalanced training data (i.e., prevalence) and their effects on model output. Exercise data ranges from plants to animals, rare to common species, and small to large extents. Edwards September 2015
Species Distribution Modelling Using R The course covers major parametric, semi- and non-parametric models currently used in species distribution models (SDM), ranging from GLMs to GAMs to Random Forests / Boosted Regression Trees. Course also covers design issues, principally those related to (i) presence only vs. true presence-absence data, and (ii) sample frame issues leading to grossly unbalanced training data (i.e., prevalence) and their effects on model output. Exercise data ranges from plants to animals, rare to common species, and small to large extents. Edwards July 2017
Species Distribution Modelling Using R The course covers major parametric, semi- and non-parametric models currently used in species distribution models (SDM), ranging from GLMs to GAMs to Random Forests / Boosted Regression Trees. Course also covers design issues, principally those related to (i) presence only vs. true presence-absence data, and (ii) sample frame issues leading to grossly unbalanced training data (i.e., prevalence) and their effects on model output. Exercise data ranges from plants to animals, rare to common species, and small to large extents. Edwards July 2015
Shortcourse in Landswcape Ecology at University of Freiburg, Germany Bissonette December 2007
Short course in Landscape Ecology for international students at the University of Freiburg, Germany Bissonette November 2011
Protected Areas Workshop conducted at the Technische Universitaet Munich, Freising, Germany jor graduate students Bissonette May 2002
Principles of Stream Restoration, Part I, Utah State University, Department of Watershed Sciences. Co-taught with J. Schmidt, M. Kondolf, and P. Wilcox. 5-day short course. 2007. Budy June 2007
Principles of Stream Restoration, Part I, Utah State University, Department of Watershed Sciences. Co-taught with J. Schmidt, M. Kondolf, and P. Wilcox. 5-day short course. 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008. Budy July 2008
Population Assessment Short Course. Continued Education, Bonneville AFS. Budy February 2001
Population Assessment Short Course. Continued Education, AFS. Budy March 2003
NCTC Data Analysis IV: Bioclimatic Forecast Modeling Using R. Panama City, FL 18-23 April 2010 This course will entail use of statistical models first introduced in DAIIA to predict new plant and animal distributions as a result of global change, including both climate and land-use impacts. It begins with discussion of overviews of land-use and climate change, and the importance defining an appropriate forecast frame. Forecast frames for several different plant and animals will be illustrated using BADEN, a structured approach requiring development of Biotic, Abiotic, and Dispersal ENvelopes. Statistical models first discussed in DAIIIA will next be evaluated using an ensemble models structure, whereby no single model form portrays future landscape, but rather output from many different model forms is averaged. This will be accomplished using the BIOMOD analytical structure, and include several variants of this process. Procedures for assessing the uncertainty of forecast models will be discussed, and will involve methods for reporting and portraying this uncertainty. The course will use the same examples from DAIIIA to ensure course continuity, but include new data structures of projected climate and land use change. Edwards April 2010
NCTC Data Analysis III: Species Distribution Modelling Using R. Panama City, Florida, 6-11 December 2009. The course covers major parametric, semi- and non-parametric models currently used in species distribution models, ranging from the tried and true GLMs to GAMs to Random Forests. Workshop also covers design issues, principally those related to (i) presence only vs. true presence-absence data, and (ii) sample frame issues leading to grossly unbalanced training data (ie prevalence) and their effects on model output. All analyses would be taught using R. Edwards December 2009
Landscape Ecology and Landscape Genetics ShortCourse (with Dr. Carlos Fernandes) Bissonette July 2011
Landscape Ecology Shortcourse at University of Freiburg, Germany Bissonette November 2008
Landscape Ecology Short Course presented at the University of Freiburg, Germany Bissonette November 2010
Landscape Ecology Short Course at the University of Lisbon, Portugal Bissonette June 2003
June 4-8, 2001. Program MARK Workshop. Sponsored by the Wildlife Management Ins. & taught by Dave Anderson, Ken Burnham, Colorado Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Unit, and Gary White, Colorado State University. Budy June 2004
Integral Projection Models Workshop. IPMs represent the next generation of stage-classified demographic models by offering all of the advantages of discrete matrix models in a more general framework. In the simplest form of an IPM, individuals of a population are classified along a continuous state variable (e.g., volume, height, weight), and the vital rates involved in the life cycle of the species (e.g., survival, growth, reproduction) are modeled through a series of simple, biologically intuitive regressions. More complex IPMs can include age × size × habitat interactions, stochastic modeling, and coupling of genetic information on population dynamics. Edwards August 2012
Instructor, NCTC Course #CSP4220, Data Analysis IIIA: Species Distribution Modeling Using R. Panama City, FL, 4-8 January 2010. (15 FWS students) Edwards January 2010
ECOCHANGE #2: Predictive habitat distribution models: tools for building projections of global change impact on biodiversity. Swiss Federal Research Lab WSL, Birmensdorf, Switzerland, 19-24 September 2010. Course objectives are to train participants in both theoretical and practical aspects of the process of species distribution modelling, from conception to model fitting to model evaluation to spatial predictions. Course content includes lectures on underlying theories behind distribution modelling, and habitat suitability modelling exercises with R and the BIOMOD package, as well as poster presentations and general discussions. This year, a special focus is on application of habitat suitability models in conservation. Edwards September 2010
ECOCHANGE #1: Predictive habitat distribution models: tools for building projections of global change impact on biodiversity. University of Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland, 7-10 September 2009. Course objectives are to train participants in both theoretical and practical aspects of the process of species distribution modelling, from conception to model fitting to model evaluation to spatial predictions. Course content includes lectures on underlying theories behind distribution modelling, and habitat suitability modelling exercises with R and the BIOMOD package, as well as poster presentations and general discussions. Edwards September 2009
Coordinator- Continuing Education Short Course, USU, Departments of AWER and FWRS. August 21-24, 2006. MARK Mark-Resight Workshop. Mary Conner- Instructor. Budy August 2006
Coordinator and Co-Instructor- Continuing Education Short Course, USU, Dept. of AWER. May 9-13, 2005. The principles and practice of stream restoration: Part I. Jack Schmidt, Peter Wilcox, and Matt Kondolf- Co-Instructors. Budy May 2005
Coordinator and Co-Instructor- Continuing Education Short Course, USU, Dept. of AWER. August 17-27, 2004. The principles and practice of stream restoration. Jack Schmidt- Co-Instructor. Budy August 2004
Bioenergetics in fisheries: concepts and applications. Budy March 2007
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 March 2012
AFWA-sponsored works shop on assessing decision-risk associated with the use of species range maps in conservation and management. Edwards September 2018
Title and Location Speaker Date
Wildlife crossings: Current and future directions. Invited speaker at Caltrans Road Ecology Meeting, University of California, Davis.
Presented to: University of California, Davis
Bissonette, Cramer February 2007
Wildlife crossings and transportation planning in the United States. Invited seminar speaker to Utah State University Department of Landscape Architecture.
Presented to: Utah State University
Bissonette, Cramer February 2007
Wildlife crossings and transportation planning in the United States.
Presented to: Invited presentation to the Transportation Conference, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, West Virginia.
Bissonette, Cramer August 2006
Wildlife crossings and transportation planning in the U.S. Invited keynote speaker. Toronto Zoo Roads and Ecopassages Forum, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Presented to: Toronto Zoo
Bissonette, Cramer March 2007
Wildlife and roads: The state of the science and practice. Invited presentation
Presented to: Southern Rockies Ecosystem Project ( Rockies Wildlife Crossing Field Course, Payson Arizona)
Bissonette, Cramer April 2005
Visualizing landscape patterns: No black and white anymore
Presented to: University of Lisbon
Bissonette October 2010
Visualizing Landscape Pattern: Changing Views, Scale Sensitivity, and Landscape Connectivity
Presented to: Open University of Cyprus
Bissonette April 2012
Vatland, S., and P. Budy. 2003. Using present and past data to model predator-prey dynamics in Lake Powell, Utah-Arizona: A bioenergetics approach.
Presented to: Western Chapter of American Fisheries Society- Reservoir Management Symposium.
Budy March 2003
Understanding the effects of increased drying on desert rivers and fishes: how can we avert the "perfect storm"?
Presented to: Idaho State University
Budy April 2016
Understanding the effects of increased drying (intermittency) on desert fishes of the SW, USA.
Presented to: Brazilian Society of Ichthyology, Recife, Brazil
Budy February 2015
Understanding the direct and indirect effects of climate change and disturbance on arctic lake ecosystems.
Presented to: University of Idaho
Budy March 2020
Understanding the Natural World: Why you cannot believe what you see,hear or read
Presented to: Portuguese Fulbright Commission Lecture Series
Bissonette March 2012
Understanding scaled animal response: Resolution and extent are not enough!
Presented to: Albert Ludwigs University (Univ. of Freiburg)
Bissonette November 2011
Towards a better understanding of one of the world’s worst invasive fishes.
Presented to: Montana State University
Budy December 2017
Towards a better understanding of factors that limit and facilitate one of the world's most invasive fishes.
Presented to: University of Wyoming
Budy February 2016
Toth, R.E., R.J. Lilieholm, and T.C. Edwards, Jr. Alternative future's for Utah's Wasatch Front: the conservation of open space.
Presented to: Invited paper, 2005 Conference on Emerging Issues Along Urban/Rural Interfaces: Linking Science and Society, Atlanta, Georgia, 3/14/05.
Edwards March 2005
Toth, R. E., R. J. Lilieholm, and T. C. Edwards, Jr. Designing the right process: Case study #2 - The Mojave Desert. Invited paper, Workshop on Regional Collaboration: Learning to Think and Act Like a Region, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Salt Lake City, Utah, 4/9/03.
Presented to: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Salt Lake City, Utah
Edwards April 2003
Time: The neglected dimension in landscape ecology. Invited seminar
Presented to: Central Science Laboratory, Department for Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs, York, Great Britain
Bissonette August 2005
Time: The lost dimension in landscape Ecology. (Invited Weaver Lecture)
Presented to: Auburn University
Bissonette January 2004
The use and effectiveness of wildlife crossings
Presented to: Natural Resources Law Forum at the Wallace Stegner Center for Land, Resources and the Environment, S. J. Quinney College of Law, University of Utah
Bissonette, Cramer February 2006
The state of the science and practice for mitigating roads for wildlife in North America. Keynote speaker at Caltrans Road Ecology Meeting, University of California, Davis.
Presented to: University of California, Davis
Bissonette February 2007
The state of the practice of wildlife crossings. Invited keynote speaker. Toronto Zoo Roads and Ecopassages Forum, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Presented to: Toronto Canada Zoo
Bissonette, Cramer March 2007
The future of the fishes of the Colorado River and its’ tributaries
Presented to: Center for Colorado River Studies
Budy October 2018
Taking the road less traveled: The importance of scaling indirect effects allometrically. Invited presentation for the Symposium titled "Reducing habitat fragmentation by roads: A comparison of measures and scales"
Presented to: Ecological Society (INTECOL-ESA 2005 Joint Meeting, Montreal Canada)
Bissonette August 2005
Scale Sensitive Properties: Differentiating causality in landscape ecology. Invited lecture to landscape ecology class
Presented to: Auburn University, Alabama,
Bissonette January 2004
Satellite-based monitoring of ecosystem dynamics: applications in forest, urban, and wildlife conservation.
Presented to: Indian National Center for Biological Sciences, Bangalore, India
Edwards September 2015
Roaded landscapes: Scaling animal movement to achieve landscape permeability.
Presented to: Presented at the road ecology symposium, associated with the 4TH Australian Road Engineering & Maintenance Conference 2009 titled 'Breaking the Barriers: Engineering Solutions to Ecological Problems'
Bissonette May 2009
Roaded Landscapes: Foundation Concepts and Practical Approaches
Presented to: Open University of Cyprus
Bissonette April 2012
Restoring landscape permeability to the roaded landscape: Finding the distance.
Presented to: Idaho State University
Bissonette May 2008
Restoring landscape permeability to the roaded landscape: Finding the distance.
Presented to: Idaho State University
Bissonette May 2008
Restoring habitat networks: The role of allometrically-scaled wildlife crossings. Invited Plenary Session Presentation for the Symposium titled: Habitat Networks for Large Wildlife and Habitat Fragmentation,
Presented to: 27th Congress of the International Union of Game Biologists, Hannover, Germany,
Bissonette August 2005
New Developments in Fragmentation Research: Partitioning habitat loss from habitat configuration
Presented to: University of Lisbon
Bissonette April 2012
NCHRP 25-27 Update: Evaluation of the use and effectiveness of Wildlife Crossings in North America.
Presented to: AASHTO Standing Committee on Highways Technical Meeting, Phoenix AZ
Bissonette, Cramer May 2007
Mule deer mortalities in SE Idaho. Invited talk presented at the Symposium on Big-Game Highway Mortality, Idaho State University.
Presented to: Idaho State University
Bissonette, Cramer March 2007
Modelling rare plants: Issues, concerns, and resolutions to rare event sampling processes
Presented to: Zurich ETH and Swiss Federal Research Lab WSL
Edwards August 2016
Modelling high elevation Alp dry grassland meadows futures under scenarios of short- and long-term ecological change: how to prioritize management and conservation actions.
Presented to: Swiss Federal Research Lab WSL
Edwards May 2010
Modelling contraction and expansion zones of piñon pines and junipers in Western North America under projected climate change scenarios.
Presented to: University of Tromsø, Tromsø
Edwards May 2011
Linking tree-species demographic parameters to species-distribution models: can static maps be made dynamic for forecasting under projected global change?
Presented to: Swiss Federal Research Lab WSL, Birmensdorf
Edwards August 2012
Lilieholm, R.J., R.E. Toth, and T.C. Edwards, Jr. 2005. The Impact of Alternative Future Growth Scenarios on Open Space Conservation along Utah's Wasatch Front.
Presented to: Invited paper, 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Planning & Development, Bologna, Italy.
Edwards September 2005
Landscape permeability in roaded landscapes: the role of allometrically spaced wildlife crossings
Presented to: Brigham Young University
Bissonette September 2007
Landscape metrics: undestanding larger scale measurement
Presented to: University of Lisbon
Bissonette March 2012
Invited Protected Areas Workshop
Presented to: Technische Universit�t M?nchen, Freising, Germany,
Bissonette May 2002
Invited Landscape Ecology Workshop, 16-27 June 2003. 18 M.S. and Ph.D. students.
Presented to: University of Lisbon, Portugal
Bissonette June 2003
How useful is hindcasting as a modelling approach to enhance forecast projections of species distribution models?
Presented to: Université Grenoble Alpes, Laboratoire d’Écologie Alpine
Edwards August 2016
How do you identify the limiting factor for fish (biota)? Stream Restoration Design Analysis and Decision Guidance
Presented to: Utah State University
Budy August 2010
Homel, K., and P. Budy. 2006. The influence of abiotic and biotic factors on the migration timing of subadult bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) in Northeast Oregon. Invited. Bull Trout Symposium at the American Fisheries Society, Western Division Meeting, Bozeman MT.
Presented to: Bozeman MT
Budy, Homel May 2006
Future directions and needs in road ecology
Presented to: Presented at the road ecology symposium, associated with the 4TH Australian Road Engineering & Maintenance Conference 2009 titled 'Breaking the Barriers: Engineering Solutions to Ecological Problems
Bissonette May 2009
Evaluating species distribution models: what, why and how?
Presented to: University of Lausanne, Lausanne
Edwards May 2010
Effects of projected climate change on hybridization zones of piñon pines and junipers of Western North America: an evolutionary perspective.
Presented to: USGS Climate Change Seminar Series, Reston, Virginia
Edwards January 2011
Edwards, T.C., Jr., D.R. Cutler, K. Beard, K. Hess, and D. Sarr. Predicting invasive plant species in national parks.
Presented to: Invited paper, Thirty-third Annual Natural Areas Conference, Flagstaff, Arizona.
Edwards September 2006
Edwards, T.C., Jr. Spatially explicit conservation modelling: from the ecological to the cultural landscape.
Presented to: Invited paper, Swiss Federal Research Lab WSL, Birmensdorf, Switzerland.
Edwards March 2007
Edwards, T.C., Jr. Monitoring in the 21st Century: A framework for meeting the challenges.
Presented to: Plenary paper, Utah Wildlife Society 2006 Annual Meeting, Moab, Utah.
Edwards March 2006
Edwards, T.C., Jr. Landscape classification models in ecology: effects of sample design on model accuracy and prediction.
Presented to: Invited paper, University of Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland.
Edwards June 2007
Edwards, T. C., Jr., R. E. Toth, and R. J. Lilieholm. Modeling the urban-wildland interface: open space planning along Utah's Wasatch Front. Invited paper, Utah Rural Summit 2003: Collaborative Planning in the Intermountain West, Southern Utah University, Cedar City, Utah, 7/8/03.
Presented to: Southern Utah University, Cedar City, Utah
Edwards August 2003
Edwards, T. C., Jr., R Toth, and R. J. Lilieholm. Alternative Futures for Uath's Wasatch Front: the conservation of open space. Invited paper, International Conference on Landscape Planning: Landscape Planning in the Era of Globalization, Portoroz, Slovenia, 11/8/02.
Presented to: International Conference on Landscape Planning: Landscape Planning in the Era of Globalization
Edwards November 2002
Edwards, T. C., Jr., P. L. Zarnetske, and G.G. Moisen. FIA-based habitat models for sensitive species: the case of the missing absence.
Presented to: Invited paper, the Eighth Annual Forest Inventory and Analysis Symposium, Monterey, California.
Edwards October 2006
Edwards, T. C., Jr., G. G. Moisen, T. S. Frescino, and R. J. Schultz. Linking FIA products and wildlife habitat modelling. Invited paper, Joint Meeting of the 4th Annual Forest Inventory and Analysis Symposium and The Southern Mensurationists, New Orleans, Louisiana, 11/20/02.
Presented to: Joint Meeting of the 4th Annual Forest Inventory and Analysis Symposium and The Southern Mensurationists
Edwards November 2002
Edwards, T. C., Jr., G. G. Moisen, T. S. Frescino, and J. J. Lawler. Use of forest inventory and analysis information in wildlife habitat modelling: a process for linking multiple scales. Invited paper, Thirty-Fifth Midwest Forest Mensurationists' Meeting, Traverse City, Michigan, 10/17/01.
Presented to: Thirty-Fifth Midwest Forest Mensurationists' Meeting
Edwards October 2001
Edwards, T. C., Jr., G. G. Moisen, T. S. Frescino, and J. J. Lawler. Modelling multiple ecological scales: linking landscape theory to wildlife habitat conservation. Invited paper, USDA FS Forest Inventory and Analysis Program Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, 3/12/02.
Presented to: USDA FS Forest Inventory and Analysis Program Annual Meeting
Edwards March 2002
Edwards, T. C., Jr., G. G. Moisen, T. S. Frescino, and J. J. Lawler. Modelling multiple ecological scales: linking landscape theory to wildlife habitat conservation. Invited paper, Center for Environmental Science, Appalachian Laboratory, University of Maryland, Frostburg, Maryland, 4/11/02.
Presented to: Center for Environmental Science, Appalachian Laboratory, University of Maryland, Frostburg, Maryland
Edwards April 2002
Edwards, T. C., Jr., G. Busch, R. J. Lilieholm, and R. E Toth. Alternative Future Growth Scenarios for Utah?s Wasatch Front: assessing the impacts of development on the loss of prime agricultural lands.
Presented to: Invited paper, The International Assiociation of Landscape Ecology World Congress 2007, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
Edwards July 2007
Edwards, T. C., Jr. The analysis of rare ecological events: lichens and the interface between science and policy in the area of the Pacific Northwest Forest Plan. Invited paper, Program in Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology, University of Nevada-Reno, Reno, Nevada, 9/5/02.
Presented to: University of Nevada-Reno
Edwards September 2002
Edwards, T. C., Jr. Species distribution modelling: lessons learned, opportunities unveiled. Invited paper, Twelfth Annual National Gap Analysis Meeting, USFWS NCTC, Shepardstown, West Virginia, 8/1/02.
Presented to: Twelfth Annual National Gap Analysis Meeting
Edwards August 2002
Edwards, T. C., Jr. Spatially explicit conservation modelling: from the ecological to the cultural landscape. Invited paper, Department of Fishery and Wildlife, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, Colorado, 7/29/03.
Presented to: Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, Colorado
Edwards July 2003
Edwards, T. C., Jr. Modelling fine scale attributes of forest habitats. Invited paper, The Swiss Federal Institute of Forest, Snow and Landscape Ecology, Birmensdorf, Switzerland, 3/19/01.
Presented to: The Swiss Federal Institute of Forest, Snow and Landscape Ecology, Birmensdorf, Switzerland
Edwards March 2001
Edwards, T. C., Jr. Linking remotely-sensed environmental information with regional forest inventories to model forest structure: methods and applications Invited paper, NASA, Kennedy Space Center, Florida, 3/13/00.
Presented to: NASA, Kennedy Space Center, Florida
Edwards March 2000
Edwards, T. C., Jr. Landscape-scale geographic information system assessment and monitoring of wildlife habitats. Invited paper, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Joint Wildlife/Habitat Section Training Meeting, Evanston, Wyoming, 3/14/01.
Presented to: Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Joint Wildlife/Habitat Section Training Meeting
Edwards March 2001
Edwards, T. C., Jr. Futures modelling: a conceptual approach for defining and evaluating future cultural landscapes. Invited paper, University of Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland, 3/28/01.
Presented to: University of Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland
Edwards March 2001
Edwards, T. C., Jr. Classification approaches for modelling anaimla species distributions. Invited paper, 2004 Joint Statistical Meetings, Toronto, Canada, 8/10/04.
Presented to: 2004 Joint Statistical Meetings, Toronto, Canada
Edwards August 2004
Edwards, T. C., Jr. Assessing accuracy of ecological models: Invited paper, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, 2/2/00.
Presented to: Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon
Edwards February 2000
Edwards, T. C., Jr. An hierarchical approach to modelling habitat affinities of cavity nesting birds Invited paper, NASA, Kennedy Space Center, Florida, 3/14/00.
Presented to: NASA, Kennedy Space Center, Florida
Edwards March 2000
Edwards, T. C., Jr. Alternative futures in the California Mojave Desert: an integrated land-use planning framework for evaluating land-use impacts on and around military installations. Invited paper, North American Wildlife Conference, Chicago, Illinois, 3/28/00.
Presented to: North American Wildlife Conference, Chicago, Illinois
Edwards March 2000
Edwards, T. C., Jr. Alternative futures for the Mojave Desert: blending socio-economic and environmental information for regional land-use and conservation planning. Invited paper, USGS Economic and Social Science Seminar Series, USGS-Reston, Reston, Virginia, 9/27/00.
Presented to: USGS Economic and Social Science Seminar Series, USGS-Reston
Edwards September 2000
Edwards, T. C., Jr. A process for integrating the vision of landscape ecology. Invited paper, Swiss Federal Research Institute for Water, Snow and Landscape Research, Birmensdorf, Switzerland, 1/28/03.
Presented to: Swiss Federal Research Institute for Water, Snow and Landscape Research, Birmensdorf, Switzerland
Edwards January 2003
Edwards, T. C., Jr. Lies, Damn Lies, and Statistics: the fine art of species distribution models.
Presented to: Invited paper, Wageningen University and Research Centre - Alterra, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
Edwards March 2007
Differential life stage niche modelling in conifers of western North America.
Presented to: Université Grenoble Alpes, Laboratoire d’Écologie Alpine, Grenoble, France
Edwards April 2015
Deer mortality in Utah: Mitigation for a permeable landscape
Presented to: Albert Ludwigs University (Univ. of Freiburg)
Bissonette November 2010
Decision-making in road ecology: Developing the framework.
Presented to: 4TH Australian Road Engineering & Maintenance Conference 2009 titled 'Breaking the Barriers: Engineering Solutions to Ecological Problems'
Bissonette May 2009
Cramer, P. C., and J. A. Bissonette. 2007. Priorities for safely accommodating wildlife movement within transportation systems. Invited presentation to the Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. January, 2007.
Presented to: Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
Bissonette, Cramer January 2008
Cramer, P. C., and J. A. Bissonette. 2007. Overview of NCHRP Project 25-27: Evaluation of the use and effectiveness of wildlife crossings. Invited presentation to the Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. January, 2007.
Presented to: Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
Bissonette, Cramer January 2007
Cramer, P. C., J. A. Bissonette, N. Newhouse, T. Kinley, S. Jacobson, K. Knapp, B. Persaud, C, Lyon and A. Clevenger. 2007. A wildlife crossing decision tool to mitigate transportation corridors for wildlife. Presentation to the Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. January, 2007.
Presented to: Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
Bissonette, Cramer January 2007
Cramer, P. C. and J. A. Bissonette. 2006. Transportation Ecology: Current and Future Directions of the Science of Wildlife and Roads.
Presented to: College of Natural Resources, Utah State University
Bissonette, Cramer January 2006
Climate and land-use change in the Southern Rockies using satellite imagery to inform mule deer conservation.
Presented to: Southern Rockies Landscape Conservation Cooperative
Edwards September 2015
Busch, G., R.J. Lilieholm, R.E. Toth, and T.C. Edwards, Jr. Assessing the Impacts of urban development on the loss of prime agricultural lands along Utah's Wasatch Front.
Presented to: Invited paper, 5th International Conference on Ecosystems and Sustainable Development, Cadiz, Spain, 5/4/05
Edwards May 2005
Budy. P. 2005. Water in the west, use-abuse-and scarcity: Fisheries management in Utah.
Presented to: Utah State University
Budy October 2005
Budy, P., R. Al-Chokhachy, and G. Thiede. 2003. Using PIT tag data to parameterize simple and elaborate mark/recapture models: tools for conservation and recovery planning. Invited presentation, Symposium.
Presented to: American Fisheries Society, Quebec, CAN.
Budy August 2003
Budy, P. 2006. Understanding the synergistic effects of disease, species interactions, and environmental variation on the survival and persistence of an imperiled trout. Invited Seminar, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Dept. of Fisheries and Wildlife.
Presented to: Oregon State University, Corvallis
Budy February 2006
Budy, P. 2005. Putting together the pieces of the puzzle: a template for the recovery of a threatened fish.
Presented to: University of Maine, Orono, Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Budy, Homel, Thiede, Vatland October 2005
Budy, P. 2011. Towards a better understanding of the factors that limit and facilitate one of the world’s most invasive fishes: what can we learn from an intercontinental comparison? USU, Department of Watershed Sciences and Water Initiative Joint Seminar Series. February 24, 2011. Logan, UT.
Presented to: Utah State University
Budy February 2011
Budy, P. 2008. Efecto de peces introducidos sobre las redes tr�ficas en embalses de Norteam�rica. (Food web interactions and the role of a new invader in a large reservoir in USA). Department Seminar, University of Leon, Dept. of Ecology, Spain. March 31, 2008.
Presented to: University of Leon, Dept. of Ecology, Spain
Budy March 2008
Budy, P. 2006. Understanding the food web interactions and role of a new invader in a large, western reservoir. Invited Seminar, The Ohio State University- Columbus, Dept. of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology.
Presented to: The Ohio State University- Columbus
Budy February 2006
Budy, P. 2006. Evaluating the combined effects of environmental variation, biotic interactions, and disease on the abundance and distribution of exotic brown trout (Salmo trutta). Invited International Seminar, Ecology of stream fishes: State of the art and future prospects ? II. Leon, Spain.
Presented to: Leon, Spain
Budy June 2006
Budy, P. 2010. Linking water quality and quantity to fish performance and viability. Utah State University, NSF – Water, Sustainability, and Climate Workshop, Logan, UT. December 11, 2010.
Presented to: Utah State University
Budy December 2010
Bissonette, J. A. 2005. Scaling wildlife crossings: Getting the distance right.
Presented to: University of Freiburg, Germany
Bissonette November 2005
Bissonette, J. A. 2005. Biodiversity issues: Is the world getting better.
Presented to: University of Freiburg, Germany
Bissonette November 2005
Bissonette, J. A. 2002. Wagon Trains and fur trappers: early conservation in the United States
Presented to: Technische Universitaet Muenich, Freising, Germany
Bissonette June 2002
Bissonette, J. A. 2002. Patterned landscapes and complicated dynamics: curbing excessive generality
Presented to: University of Massachusetts
Bissonette November 2002
Bissonette, J. A. 2002. Patterned landscapes and complicated dynamics: curbing excessive generality
Presented to: Harvard University
Bissonette November 2002
Bissonette, J. A. 2002. Land fragmentation: mismatched philosophical and analytical approaches in ecology
Presented to: University of Vermont
Bissonette September 2002
Bissonette, J. A. 2002. Invited paper. Wildlife Populations: Effects of the roaded landscape. Presented at the Transportation Research Board, 14 January 2002, Washington, D. C.
Presented to: National Research Council/Transportation Research Board
Bissonette January 2002
Bissonette, J. A. 2002. Early antecedents of conservation in the United States.
Presented to: University of Vermont
Bissonette September 2002
Bissonette, J. A. 2001. Wildlife of the Northern Rockies. Presentation invited by the American Embassy in Lisbon and presented to the American International School of Lisbon (Portugal) 30 October, 2001, Sintra, Portugal.
Presented to: American International School of Lisbon, Portugal
Bissonette October 2001
Bissonette, J. A. 2001. The fragmentation of nature and the nature of fragmentation. Keynote address presented at the 6th Annual Meeting of the Portuguese Ecological Society, Lisbon, 1-3 November, 2001.
Presented to: University of Lisbon (Portugal)
Bissonette November 2001
Bissonette, J. A. 2000. Ecosystem health and surface transportation: reducing the virtual footprint. Invited presentation as part of the Ecosystem Health Panel Research Priorities Workshop.
Presented to: National Academy of Science' National Research Council, Washington D. C.
Bissonette September 2000
Assessing the usefulness of future landscape projections: some simple solutions to a complex issue.
Presented to: University of Edinburgh
Edwards January 2008
Arctic Lakes: Where are we in the current project? Where are we going?
Presented to: Woods Hole MBL
Budy April 2016
Al-Chokhachy, R., and P. Budy. 2003. Assessing bull trout population abundance and trend using a double mark/recapture/resight technique in combination with passive PIT tag antennae in the South Fork of the Walla Walla River. Invited presentation, Symposium,
Presented to: Oregon Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Eugene, OR.
Budy February 2003
Al-Chokhachy, R. and P. Budy. 2006. Using mark-recapture techniques to assess bull trout demographics and guide recovery efforts. Invited. Bull Trout Symposium at the American Fisheries Society, Western Division Meeting, Bozeman MT.
Presented to: Bozeman MT
Al-Chokhachy, Budy May 2006
A Warmer North: How will climatic warming affect the biota & physical regime of arctic lakes?
Presented to: Weber State Universtiy
Barrett, Budy March 2019
Title Presenter Date
What structures populations and communities of animals: keystone or ecological dominants-University of Vermont grad students Bissonette November 2002
Watershed Science: Where do fish fit in? Budy April 2009
Water in the west, use-abuse-and scarcity: Fisheries management in Utah. Budy October 2005
Understanding food web dynamics and trophic ecology: Budy November 2009
Understanding Landscape Ecology-University of Vermont grad/undergrad class Bissonette October 2002
Time: The forgotten dimension in landscape ecology. Invited Weaver lecture, Auburn University Bissonette January 2004
The Columbia River: A story of fish, technology, and politics. Budy April 2010
Stream Restoration with a Focus on Fishes:A Case Study from local Desert Rivers Budy April 2017
Scale Sensitive Properties: differentiating causality in landscape ecology. ( Auburn University) Bissonette January 2004
Putting together the pieces of the puzzle: a template for the recovery of a threatened fish. Budy October 2005
Predation in Aquatic Systems Budy February 2003
Population Assessment in Aquatic Systems Budy November 2002
Pacific salmon decline in the Snake River Basin: a case study Budy November 2001
Fragmentation Ideas-University of Vermont grad students Bissonette November 2002
Fish versus Dams: The Columbia River Budy April 2003
Conservation Biology and Population Assessment Budy November 2002
Bissonette, J. A. 2012. Understanding the Natural World: Why you cannot believe what you see,hear or read. Invited Public Lecture presented at Instituto Camões, Rua Rodrigues Sampaio, 113, Lisbon at the request of the Portuguese Fulbright Commission as part of the Fulbright Lecture Series. Bissonette March 2012
Bissonette, J. A. 2012. Landscape metrics: undestanding larger scale measurement. Lecture/lab class given at U. Lisbon, 27 undergraduate students, 7 March 2012. Bissonette March 2012
Biodiversity and Lomborg's criticism: analysis and criticism. Albert-Ludwigs-Universitaet Freiburg Bissonette November 2005
Arctic Ecology in a Changing Climate Budy October 2019
Student (Degree) Advisor Start Year End Year
Young, Julie (PhD) Edwards 2002 2006
Wolf, Marshall (PhD) Budy 2018 Present
Wilson, Tammy (PhD) Edwards 2005 2010
Wilson, Tammy (MS) Edwards 2003 2005
Willers, Dan (MS) Bissonette 2003 2005
White, Hillary (MS) Bissonette 2006 2011
West, Ben (PhD) Bissonette 1998 2002
Wells, Aaron (PhD) Edwards 1999 2004
Webber, Peter (MS) Budy 2007 2008
Wasko, Susan (MS) Budy 2016 2018
Warren, Jeff (PhD) Budy 2010 2014
Ward, Joanna (PhD) Bissonette 1998 2001
Vetter, Daniela (PhD) Bissonette 2010 Present
VandeVort, Amy (MS) Edwards 2009 2011
Tuttle, Nathania (MS) Budy 2005 2007
Thompson, Craig (PhD) Bissonette 2001 2005
Thompson, Brett (MS) Budy 2001 2002
Theis, Ken (MS) Budy 2007 2008
Tegt, Jessica (MS) Bissonette 2001 2004
Tangermann, Heidi (MS) Bissonette 2000 2002
Subrata, Sena (PhD) Bissonette 2008 Present
Shaw, John (PhD) Bissonette 1997 2001
Schauster, Ed (MS) Bissonette 1999 2001
Schaffrath, Keelin (PhD) Budy 2013 2015
Scalley, Tamara (PhD) Budy 2001 2005
Ruprecht, Joel (MS) Budy 2014 2017
Ross, Beth (PhD) Budy 2007 2014
Rosa, Silvia (MS) Bissonette 2004 2007
Rohde, Ashley (PhD) Edwards 2018 Present
Ripplinger, Julie (MS) Edwards 2007 2010
Reith, Wendy (MS) Edwards 2002 2010
Price, Seth (PhD) Edwards 2009 2014
Perez-Reyes, Omar (PhD) Budy 2008 2013
Olson, Dan (PhD) Bissonette 2008 Present
Olsen, Kate (MS) Edwards 2011 2014
Olsen, Amber (MS) Budy 2009 2011
Obrien, Carrie (MS) Bissonette 2006 2008
O'Donnell, Ryan (PhD) Budy 2007 2012
Novak, Mark (PhD) Bissonette 2001 2009
Nevin, Owen (PhD) Budy 2002 2003
Nascimento, Leandro (PhD) Edwards 2015 2020
Morrisett, Christina (PhD) Budy 2018 Present
Morey, Paul (MS) Bissonette 2001 2004
Moore, Patrick (PhD) Edwards 2001 2006
Moon, Mike (PhD) Edwards 2004 2009
Moon, Mike (MS) Budy 2005 2007
Meier, Eliane (PhD) Edwards 2008 2011
McGahan, Ian (PhD) Edwards 2016 Present
McClosky, Kelly (PhD) Edwards 1997 2006
Marcarelli, Amy (PhD) Edwards 2000 2006
Lyster, Samuel (MS) Budy 2014 Present
Lupis, Sara (MS) Edwards 2000 2003
Luis, Teresa (PhD) Bissonette 2004 Present
Liedof, Andy (PhD) Edwards 2003 2010
Landom, Kevin (MS) Budy 2007 2009
Kraft, Maggie (MS) Budy 2015 2017
Koenig, Martin (MS) Budy 2003 2006
Knerr, Jan (MS) Edwards 2004 2007
Kitchen, Ann (PhD) Edwards 2000 2004
Kitchen, Ann (PhD) Bissonette 1999 2004
Kikkert, Dale (MS) Budy 2005 2006
Kebede, Almaz (PhD) Bissonette 2003 2008
Keaton, Jenna (MS) Budy 2016 2019
Johnson, Jim (MS) Edwards 2000 2003
Johnson, Cody (PhD) Budy 2005 2009
Hess, Kyle (MS) Edwards 2004 2006
Hernandez, Patricia (PhD) Bissonette 1998 2003
Heinrichs, Julie (PhD) Bissonette 2010 2010
Hein, Caty (PhD) Budy 2005 2009
Harstein, Shannon (MS) Budy 2001 2004
Harrington, Justin (MS) Bissonette 2003 2005
Harju, Tarita (MS) Budy 2005 2007
Gross, Donovan (MS) Edwards 2004 2008
Gray, Curtis (PhD) Edwards 2012 2017
Gomben, Pete (PhD) Edwards 1999 2004
Goeking, Sara (PhD) Edwards 2018 Present
Glatthaar, Libby (PhD) Bissonette 2010 Present
Gibson, Jacob (MS) Edwards 2007 2011
Garrard, Chris (MS) Bissonette 1999 2002
Frey, Shandra (PhD) Bissonette 2001 2005
Fiorelli, Michael (MS) Budy 2014 Present
Epstein, Dave (MS) Budy 2008 2011
Engler, R. (PhD) Edwards 2006 2010
Elsen, Seth (MS) Budy 2016 2018
Edgely, Eric (MS) Bissonette 1997 2000
Eddings, James (MS) Budy 2015 2018
Coy, Kari (MS) Edwards 2018 Present
Cole, Dave (PhD) Budy 2004 2014
Chi, Renee (MS) Bissonette 1999 2004
Caudell, Joseph (PhD) Bissonette 1997 2001
Cardall, Brian (MS) Budy 2004 2006
Calvalcanti, Sandra (PhD) Bissonette 2001 2007
Burbank, Nora (MS) Budy 2008 2011
Bunnell, Kevin (PhD) Bissonette 2003 2005
Buelow, Kris (MS) Budy 2004 2006
Brunson, Clint (MS) Budy 2017 2020
Brungard, Colby (PhD) Edwards 2010 2015
Bronson, Adam (MS) Bissonette 2000 2002
Brindza, Nate (MS) Budy 2001 2002
Brewerton, Adam (MS) Edwards 2009 2012
Branson, Dave (MS) Bissonette 1998 2001
Black, Calvin (MS) Budy 2015 Present
Biswas, Tanu (PhD) Bissonette 2002 2009
Bisrat, Simon (PhD) Edwards 2006 2010
Bingham, Richard (MS) Bissonette 2007 2010
Billman, Eric (MS) Budy 2003 2005
Bernales, Heather (MS) Budy 2007 2010
Berger, Kim (PhD) Budy 2002 2006
Berger, Kim (PhD) Bissonette 2002 2006
Bennett, Steve (PhD) Budy 2003 2007
Bakian, Amanda (PhD) Edwards 2002 2009
Baker, Jay (MS) Edwards 2003 2006
Azevedo, Diana (MS) Budy 2014 2016
Ardito, Janeen (MS) Edwards 2003 2005
Adams, Pauline (MS) Edwards 2003 2005