Dr. Richard Sherwin, Associate Professor

Ph.D.          University of New Mexico
B.S. & M.S.  Brigham Young University 


Office: Mary Brock Forbes Hall, 2037
Phone: 757.594.7733
Email: rsherwin@cnu.edu

Teaching Areas
  • Mammalogy
  • Ornithology
  • Biogeography
  • Applied Conservation Biology
  • Study Abroad 

Dr. Richard Sherwin in Egypt

Research Interests
  • Effects of spatial and temporal variation on applied conservation biology
  • Historical biogeography as context for studying modern wildlife populations and implications to future management
  • Applied molecular ecology/landscape genetics
  • Habitat use as a reflection of local ecological constraints
  • Ecological restoration of modern and historically mined lands
  • Applied environmental physiology