Ph.D.   1986     University of Connecticut (Ecology)                        Dr. Sung Y. Feng
M.S.     1979     University of Washington (Fisheries Biology)      Dr. Kenneth K. Chew

B.S.      1976     University of Miami (Biology)   -magna cum laude-     




2005-present   Professor of Biology, LIU-Post, Brookville, NY

2002-2005        Professor of Marine Science/Biology, Long Island University, Southampton, NY
1992-2002        Associate Professor, Long Island University, Southampton, NY
1986-1992        Assistant Professor, Long Island University, Southampton, NY

1986                  Instructor, Western Connecticut State University, Danbury, CT

1985-1986        Predoctoral Fellow, University of Connecticut, Noank, CT

1980-1985        Graduate Research Assistant, University of Connecticut, Noank, CT
1979-1980        Biologist, Pathobiology Division, National Marine Fisheries Service Laboratory,
                              Milford, CT, 1980; Biological Laboratory Technician, 1979-80
Who’s Who in America, 2011; Environmental Champion, North Fork Environmental Council, 2010; David Newton Award for Excellence in Teaching, Long Island University, 1998; Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, 2006, 2000; Selected as a Faculty Marshall by Southampton College Senior Class, 2005, 2000, 1998, Faculty Recognition Award: Southampton College Senior Class, 1996, 1992; Outstanding Cooperator Award: Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suf­folk County, New York, 1995; Thurlow C. Nelson Award for Best Student Paper, 78th Annual Meeting of the National Shell­fisheries Association, 1986; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, 1976; Elected to Phi Kappa Phi Honorary Society, 1976; Scholar-Athlete Award for Varsity Soccer Team, Univers­ity of Miami: 1973-74, 1975-1976 


National Shellfisheries Association (President 1996-1997; President-Elect 1995-96; Vice President 1994-95; Treasurer 1991-94; Presidents, Elections, Awards Committees, Chair 1997-98; Audit-Budget-Finance Committee Chair 1998-99, Co-Chair 1999-2000); Conchologists of America; American Association for the Advance­ment of Science