Jerry Sweeten, Ph.D.
Purdue University, 1996. Graduate research area: Stream ecology and the effect of suspended stream sediment on the growth and survival of sight-feeding warmwater fishes. Courses taught: Principles of Biology, Limnology, Invertebrate Zoology, Environmental Science (Introductory and Advanced), Marine Biology, Ornithology, and a travel course to Andros Island, Bahamas. Current research interests: Effects of nonpoint source pollution on stream fishes, long-term biological monitoring of coral reef fish, population trends and dynamics of black-capped and carolina chickadees, nesting habitat and population dynamics of eastern towhees.