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Professor Whitlow teaches: General Biology - Evolution, Ecology, & Biodiversity (BIOL 162/172); Ecology (BIOL 470); Tropical Ecology (BIOL 492); as well as courses for SU students at the Blakely Island Field Station - Marine Ecology (BIO 4810) and Aquatic Ecology (BIO 4815).
His research interests focus on community, population, and behavioral ecology through four components: contamination, urbanization, restoration, and invasion. His research group, the Seattle University Creative Collaboration On Terrestrial and Aquatic Scientific Hypotheses (SUCCOTASH), incorporates a team of outstanding undergraduate researchers with colleagues from other departments on campus, and their work has recently focused on two primary projects:
Professor Whitlow received his B.Sc. in Biology at Duke University and his Ph.D. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Michigan
He has previously taught at Bowdoin College and the University of Washington.
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