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Jonathan Dudko

Jonathan Dudko

Advisor: David Delehanty
Degree: D.A. Biology

dudkjona@isu.edu

Education

2017, M.S. Biology, Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID
2010, B.S. Wildlife Management and Conservation Science, Texas A&M University - Commerce, Commerce, TX

Biographical Sketch

Jonathan has worked with the US Geological Survey and Idaho State University in the Intermountain West for almost a decade, with most of that time spent working across the Great Basin. His research has primarily focused on the behavior and habitat use of upland game birds in California, Nevada, and Idaho. In 2017, he completed his Master’s thesis using data from that work. Jonathan is currently working on his Doctor of Arts degree at ISU with Dr. David Delehanty as his advisor. Jonathan’s current research examines community dynamics of birds and small mammals within different land-cover types and in relation to disturbances. Jonathan’s goal after graduation is to pursue a career teaching biological, ecological, and animal behavioral concepts to university students. He has a particular interest in teaching avian ecology and avian behavior.

Teaching Experience

BIOL 1102L Major Concepts in Biology II Lab
BIOL 1101L Major Concepts in Biology I Lab
BIOL 1100L Concepts in Biology Lab

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