I maintain this page to store some of the work that I completed during my education.
You can download my dissertation, “Predation and its Consequences: Insights into the Modeling of Interference“, which was completed in the Spring of 2007.
Below is a list and description of classes that I participated in at Stony Brook University:
|Course (and #)||Semester||Description of the course|
|Fall 2004||My final overview of experimental design and analysis. Some of the work I presented in this course is here.|
|Fall 2003||This course brought me up to speed with my matrices, and got me thinking about creative and interesting ways to analyze large ‘survey’ data sets.|
|Mathematical Methods in Population Biology
|Fall 2002||Finally a chance to use all that calculus that I learned in high school. This course launched me into the world of modeling, a world that I still have a foot in to this day.|
|Spring 2002||This is the legendary Stony Brook course in statistics. Some of the work I did in this course is here.|
|Principles of Evolution
|Fall 2001||My introduction to graduate level evolution. Our communal study guide to this course is here.|
|Principles of Ecology
|Fall 2001||My introduction to graduate level ecology. Some of the work I presented in this course is here.|