08.23.07_109 - Who is this guy anyway Harry Greene...

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Who is this guy anyway…? • Harry Greene, University of Tennessee Ph.D., taught at Berkeley for 20 years, arrived at Cornell in 1999, and teach Herpetology in alternate spring semesters • Married to EEB Professor Kelly Zamudio, they have two pooches, Riley (7 yrs) and Chico (8 wks) • Studies snakes and other predators in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands and Brazil, especially interested in ecology, evolution, and conservation
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Some things you must do… • Get and read the lecture before next Tuesday’s class • You are required to have the lab manual, the text ( Biology: Concepts and Connections ), an I-Clicker, and the Evolution Lab • Clickers work even before they are registered; write your number on the outside, use the $10 rebate coupon that comes with your texbook, and always bring your clicker with a spare battery to class
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Some things you should know… • This may be the only biology class you’ll take, so we work hard to make it worthwhile and we hope you’ll try to get the most out of it • This is a big, complex course so regimentation is inevitable • We need your cooperation… please read handouts and other material before asking questions • For the freshmen, some comments about faculty here…
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  • Fall '06
  • WINKLER,D.
  • RNA, Herpetology, Snake, Crotalus, Harry Greene, Upper photo

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