Robert Huber - Teaching
- "Animal Behavior"
for graduate and undergraduate students (BIOL 420/543). This
course is now offered in the fall semester in order to provide
the basis for two new courses: Behavioral Ecology (BIOL x/x Wiegmann)
(BIOL 419/580 Moore)
- I am teaching a section on the neuroethology of crayfish
escape behavior in the "Neuroethology"
course for graduate and undergraduate students (BIOL 419/580).
- "Advanced Statistics
for the Analysis of Biological Phenomena" (BIOL 680)
- Seminar/journal club on the "Neural Basis of Behavior"
- My graduate students sign up for research hours through BIOL
last updated 2/6/06