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ANNUAL REPORT 2010-2011
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special achievements,
faculty
and
staff
Reed Beaman
served as a Program Director at the National
Science Foundation Division of Biological Infrastructure.
Bruce MacFadden
served as Program Officer (rotator) at
the National Science Foundation Division of Research on Learning,
Lifelong Learning Cluster.
William Marquardt
received an Honorable Mention
Preservation Award for Rehabilitation of the Randell Research
Center Ruby Gill House from the Florida Trust for Historic
Preservation.
David Reed
appointed University of Florida Research
Foundation Professor.
Pam Soltis
received the Botanical Society of
America Merit Award.
new grants
and
contracts
Florida Museum of Natural History scientists received 39 grants
totaling more than $4.58 million during 2010-11 from the following
organizations:
• American Ornithologists Union
• Botanical Society of America
• Charlotte Harbor National Estuary
• Evolving Earth Foundation
• Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
• Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation
• Herb Society of America
• Lee County, Fla.
• Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
• National Geographic Society
• National Science Foundation
• National Secretariat for Science, Technology and
Innovation (Panama)
• Paleontological Society
• Schlumberger Foundation
• The Community Foundation
• The Pennsylvania State University
• University of Auckland (New Zealand)
• University of South Florida
• U.S. Department of Agriculture
• U.S. Department of Commerce
• U.S. Department of Defense
• U.S. Department of the Interior
• Wenner-Gren Foundation
teaching
ANG 4905 Individual Research in Anthropology, 19 credits
ANG 5162 Maya Archaeoastronomy and Ethnoastronomy, 3 credits
ANG 6110 Archaeological Theory, 3 credits
ANG 6186 Kinship Theory and Archaeology, 3 credits
ANG 6905 Individual Studies, 24 credits
ANG 6910 Supervised Research, 2 credits
ANG 6915 Research Projects in Social, Cultural, and Applied Anthropology,
15 credits
ANG 6930 Zooarchaeology of Mexico and Central America, 3 credits
ANG 6950 Individual Reading, 2 credits
ANG 6971 Research for Master’s Thesis, 6 credits
ANG 7979 Advanced Research, 25 credits
ANG 7980 Advanced Research, 25 credits
ANT 4914 Honors Thesis Research, 3 credits
BOT 5725 Vascular Plant Taxonomy, 3 credits
BOT 6935 Herbarium Management, 1 credit
BOT 6935 Molecular Systematics, 3 credits
BOT 6935/6554 Evolutionary Biogeography, 6 credits
BOT/ZOO 6935 Systematic Fruit and Seed Morphology, 3 credits
ENT 6932 Advanced Research, 3 credits
ENY 4905/6934 Biology of Lepidoptera, 2 credits
GLY 4930/5786 L/ZOO 6927 Florida Vertebrate Paleontology-Field Course,
2 credits
GLY 4930/6932 Vertebrate Paleontology: The Fossil Record and
the Evolution of Mammals, 3 credits
GLY 6971 Advanced Research, 9 credits
GLY 7979 Advanced Research, 11 credits
GLY 7980 Advanced Research, 20 credits
IDH 4917 Honors Research, 2 credits
PCB 6605 Principles of Systematic Biology, 4 credits
PCB 6791 Research for Master’s Thesis, 4 credits
WIS 4905 Structure and Function in Snakes, 2 credits
WIS/BOT 6935 Molecular Ecology, 3 credits
ZOO 2203C Invertebrate Zoology, 4 credits
ZOO 4905 Individual Studies in Zoology, 16 credits
ZOO 4914 Honors Thesis Research, 12 credits
ZOO 4927/5846C Mammalogy, 4 credits
ZOO 6905 Individual Studies in Zoology, 8 credits
ZOO 6927 Advanced Invertebrate Zoology, 4 credits
ZOO 6927 Avian Anatomy and Specimen Preparation, 4 credits
ZOO 6927 Museum Seminar: Life, the Universe and Everything, 1 credit
ZOO 6927 Structure and Function in Snakes, 2 credits
ZOO 6927/GLY 6932 Broader Impacts of Science on Society, 4 credits
ZOO 6927/GLY 6932 Cenozoic Vertebrates of the Neotropics, 3 credits
ZOO 6927/GLY 6932 PIRE Seminar, 2 credits
ZOO 6927/GLY 6932 Vertebrate Paleontology Seminar, 5 credits
ZOO 6971 Research for Master’s Thesis, 3 credits
ZOO 7979 Advanced Research, 35 credits
ZOO 7980 Research for Doctoral Dissertation, 24 credits
Graduate Committees Served: 115
Graduate Committees Chaired: 84
Independent Studies: 39
Collection Loans: 380 totaling 22,365 specimens