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L. Mike Conner
Wildlife Ecology

Dr. Conner’s interests include predator ecology, the impacts of predators on prey populations, and the role of habitat and habitat management on predation processes. Dr. Conner is active in The Wildlife Society and has served as President-Elect and President of the Georgia Chapter. Dr. Conner also served for three years as an Associate Editor for the Wildlife Society Bulletin and the Journal of Wildlife Management. Dr. Conner’s outreach activities extend from his research interests and include seminars, workshops, and short courses on managing predation and the predation process.

Education

  • Ph.D., Wildlife Ecology. Mississippi State University. 1995.
  • M.S., Wildlife Ecology. Mississippi State University. 1991.
  • B.S., Wildlife Biology. University of Tennessee at Martin. 1988.

Professional Experience

  • August 2011 – present: Scientist, Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center
  • 2002 – August 2011: Associate Scientist, Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center
  • 2013 – present: Adjunct Assistant Professor: University of Tennessee
  • 2013 – present: Courtesy Assistant Professor, University of Florida
  • 2007 – 2012: Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Florida
  • 2013 – present: Affiliate Assistant Professor: Auburn University
  • 2012 – 2012: Adjunct Assistant Professor, Auburn University
  • 1999 – present: Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Georgia
  • 1996 – present: Adjunct Assistant Professor, Mississippi State University
  • 1996: NASA Research Fellow, JOVE Faculty, John Stennis Space Center
  • 1994 -1997: Assistant Professor, Arkansas Tech University
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