Benjamin P. Pauli, PhD
Assistant Professor
Saint Mary's University of Minnesota

I am an assistant professor in the Biology Department at Saint Mary's University of Minnesota. My research focuses on the use of statistical and modeling techniques to determine the effects of human activities on wildlife populations. I am particularly interested in species of conservation concern and typically study mammals and birds. I have a passion for teaching, especially undergraduate courses, and particularly enjoy courses with a quantitative focus. My greatest joy comes from working directly with students, either through mentored research or teaching, and encouraging their growth as independent thinkers and lifetime learners.