Karen S. Oberhauser
Professor, Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology
Extension Specialist, Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Education
I conduct research and teach in the fields of conservation biology, insect ecology, global climate change, and monarch butterfly population dynamics. I am especially interested in promoting a citizenry with a high degree of environmental and ecological literacy, and, to this end, conduct workshops for K-12 teachers and direct the Monarch Larva Monitoring Project.
Graduate Program Affiliations
- Conservation Biology
- Ecology, Evolution and Behavior
- Natural Resources Science and Management