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Kathleen Engelmann

Associate Professor and Chair of Undergraduate Program, Department of Biology, College of Arts and Sciences

Charles A. Dana Hall 213
203-576-4253

Education:
Ph.D., Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. University of Connecticut
M.S., Biology. University of Illinois, Springfield
B.S., Medical Technology. University of Illinois, Springfield

 

Courses Taught:
Biol 101 General Organismal Biology
Biol 201/HONR 201 Biosurvival
Biol 202/HONR 202B Human Evolution
Biol 217 Field Biology
Biol 223 Ecology
Math 203B Biostatistics
MLSC 393 Clinical Research

 

Publications:
Engelmann, Kathleen, 2012. Why We Learn: What Can Ethology Tell Us About Educating Social Animals? The Commons, School of Arts and Sciences, University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT


Richards, C.L., Y. Hanzawa, I.M. Ehrenreich, M. Katari, K.E. Engelmann & M.D. Purugganan. 2009. Perspectives on ecological and evolutionary systems biology. Plant Systems Biology. R.A. Gutierrez & G.M. Coruzzi, eds. Annual Plant Reviews, Vol. 35. Blackwell Publishing: Oxford, UK.


Engelmann, K.E. and M.D. Purugganan. 2006. The molecular evolutionary ecology of plant development: Flowering time in Arabidopsis thaliana. Advances in Botanical Research 44: 507-526


Engelmann, K.E. and C.D. Schlichting. 2005. Coarse- versus fine-grained water stress in Arabidopsis thaliana (Brassicaceae). American Journal of Botany 92: 101-106