Richard T. Hurley, DA
Professor of Biology
Professor who teaches Principles of Biology, Ecology, Taxonomy, Evolution and Radiation Science.
- DA, Idaho State University, Colorado State University
- Summer institute and courses in biology and radiation science at Colorado State University
- MS, University of Notre Dame
- BS, St. Mary's College of Winona, MN
- Biology (Principles), Ecology, Taxonomy, Evolution, Radiation Science
Awards and Recognition
- Teaching excellence and campus leadership award 1993
- Ecologyical Society of America, AIBS
- The spruce fir-forests of the Catskill Mountain co-authored with RP McIntosh and published in spring issue of Ecology 1964.
- Thirty five years of change in the spruce-fir forests of the Catskill Mountains co-authored with PM Hurley and manuscript submitted to American Midland Naturalist in October 2013.
Dr. Hurley specializes in botany and ecology and teaches a variety of biology courses including General Biology, Principles of Biology II, Ecology, and Evolution.