Joseph Cornell

Joseph Cornell, Ph.D.

Adjunct Lecturer
Entomology

Office: Life Sciences 204

(208) 282-5766

jcornell@isu.edu

Education

2003, Ph.D. Systems Ecology, State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY

Biographical Sketch

Dr. Cornell is from Charleston West Virginia and obtained his BS in Zoology and Biological Sciences from Marshall University. Dr. Cornell studied Systems Ecology under his PhD adviser Charles A.S. Hall who was himself a student of H.T. Odum. Dr. Cornell uses a wide variety of tools to study ecosystems including GIS, computer programming, and spatial statistics. Dr. Cornell works with a wide variety of organisms and has studied the taxonomy of spiders, butterflies, fungi, lichens, and bryophytes.

Teaching

BIOL 3310 Invertebrate Zoology
BIOL 4431 General Entomology

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