|Ronald M. Coleman|
Associate Professor, Biological
STEM talk by Ron Coleman, Tues Feb 21, 2012 Here is a streaming video of this talk
Made at Sac State: NSM. My segment is in the Outreach portion.
My other website:
Cichlid Research Home Page <http://cichlidresearch.com>
A web site dedicated to collaboration between scientists and hobbyists interested in cichlid fishes (family Cichlidae), featuring extensive information about cichlids, plus the online science experiment known as the Cichlid Egg Project.
Committees and Campus Groups I am associated with:
AITC Academic Information Technology Committee, Chair and NSM representative; Computer system status: http://www.csus.edu/irt/systemstatus/
Administrative Computing Advisory Council, Faculty representative
Biological Sciences Laptop Cart faculty advisor
Biological Sciences Executive Committee (2013-2014)
Canada Exchange Committee (for CSUS Study Abroad program)
C.O.A.S.T. (CSU Council on Ocean Affairs, Science and Technology)
CREST (Center for Regional Environmental Science and Technology) Advisory Council
CSUS Student Research Competition (Faculty advisor)
Ecology Colloquium Series Fall 2013
EEC Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Group
Expanding Your Horizons 2013
Field Biology Group (Faculty advisor)
McNair Scholars Program (Scholar mentor)
Moss Landing Marine Laboratory (Alternate CSUS representative to MLML)
Museum of Ectothermic Vertebrates (Curator)
NSM Academic Council (Vice-Chair 2013-2014)
Department of Biological Sciences IT (Instructional Technology) committee
OTS REU (Research Experience for Undergraduates) Summer 2010, Costa Rica
River City Science Project
Tree Campus USA Advisory Committee
WRPI (CSU Water Resources, Policy and Initiatives)
"The buck stops here". Feel free to contact me with issues related to the above groups and committees.
Links of Interest
HIGH SCHOOL/MIDDLE SCHOOL Students: Are you interested in coming to Sac State for a college degree and are you interested in fish? Click here for the "I want to study fish at Sac State " webpage.
VISITORS: I strongly believe in the idea of public education and public universities. The Evolutionary Ecology of Fishes lab is your lab too and we welcome visitors to see what we are doing. If you want to visit, please send me an email and I will do my best to arrange a time for you to visit.
-- Ron (firstname.lastname@example.org)
DONATIONS/SUPPORT: Yes, we do accept donations of money, equipment or supplies to help us do what we do. Various manufacturers, organizations and individuals have generously supported the work of myself and my students over the years. Thank you.