Stevan J. Arnold Professor

I am generally interested in evolutionary biology, and especially in the evolution of phenotypic traits such as body size and sexually-dimorphic behaviors and structures. Much of my work is on theoretical aspects of phenotypic evolution, for example, the measurement of selection and the evolutionary stability of inheritance and mutational processes. My empirical work has been focused on the evolutionary ecology of garter snakes and on the evolution of sexual communication in salamanders.

   

arnolds@science.oregonstate.edu
Office Room Number: 5024 Cordley
Mailing Address: 3029 Cordley Hall, OSU, Corvallis OR 97331

 

   

Courses Taught

Z585 : Grant Writing and Ethics
BI445/545 : Evolution
Z 587 : Scientific Writing and Ethics

Postdocs