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Charles Morgan
Associate Professor of Biology

Phone: (860) 231-5535
E-mail: cmorgan@sjc.edu

Department of Biology

School of Health and Natural Science

Office: Room 303A, McDonough Hall


Current Office Hours: Wednesday, and Friday from 1 PM to 1:50 PM; by appointment; and generally stopping by (I'm often in my office).


Interests

Aquatic entomology, dragonflies, stream dynamics, forensic entomology, principles of evolution, vertebrate paleontology


Education

1989 Ph.D., Environmental and Forest Biology (Aquatic Biology), State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, New York, in conjunction with Syracuse University. Dissertation: The Role of Predation by the Slimy Sculpin (Cottus cognatus) on Population Dynamics of Benthic Stream Insects.


1985 M.S., Environmental and Forest Biology. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, New York. Thesis: The Role of Oniscus asellus on Nutrient Cycling in Forest Soil Ecosystems.


1981 B.A., Zoology. University of California, Santa Barbara.


 

Grants

Morgan, C.R. "The Fresh Water Institute." Spring 2000. Received $500,000 from Northeast Utilities for the implementation of a Fresh Water Institute at Saint Joseph College, including the renovation of two labs into new facilities.

Morgan, C.R. "Master's Degree of Science in Biology On-Line." Spring 2000. Received $50,000 from the Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium for the implementation of a Master's Degree program in Biology in a distance-learning format.

Morgan, C.R. "Wild and Scenic: A Natural History of the Farmington River." Charter Oak Community College, Fall 1998. Received $2500 as part of the Connecticut Distance Learning Center for the implementation of Biology 160 (Wild and Scenic: A Natural History of the Farmington River) as a distance learning course.

Morgan, C.R. "Imaging Systems for Biology." Saint Joseph College, Fall 1998. Received $2000 as part of the Educational Technology Grant.

Morgan, C.R. "Density, distribution, and diversity of benthic macroinvertebrates in relation to water quality in the Farmington River." Ensign-Bickford, Inc., August 1995. Received $7000 as part of the Environmental Science Grant.

Kramer, P., and Morgan, C. 1992. "The high speed centrifuge in biochemistry and biology." NSF Grant 91-84: Instrumentation and Laboratory Improvement (ILI). Amount: $14,040.


BIOL 514 Evolution Podcasts

 

 

 

BIOL 514 Evolution Dynamic PDFs

 

 

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BIOL 517 Animal Behavior Podcasts

 

 

BIOL 517 Animal Behavior Dynamic PDFs

 

 

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BIOL 528 Mammalogy Podcasts

BIOL 528 Mammalogy Dynamic PDFs

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Last updated: Friday, October 14, 2011