|Thomas E. Lauer, Ph.D. Professor and Director Aquatic Biology and Fisheries Center Ball State University Muncie, IN 47306 firstname.lastname@example.org TX: 765/285-8825 Fax: 765/285-8804||
Dr. Lauer is the
Director of the Aquatic Biology and Fisheries Center at Ball State
University. This Center promotes research in the aquatic
disciplines, with an emphasis on student experiential learning. His
research has focused on yellow perch of Lake Michigan, community
analysis of the Wabash River fish community, small stream fish
communities of East Central Indiana, and zebra mussels and bryozoans of
Lake Michigan. Both undergraduates and graduate students are an integral
and significant part of the research.
He is the advisor for all undergraduate students majoring Aquatic Biology and Fisheries. As such, Dr. Lauer meets with students on course selection, internship opportunities, and life after BSU, including jobs and grad school.
Dr. Lauer is also actively involved in the American Fisheries Society (AFS) at the national, state and university level, and he promotes the society to all students. AFS is the oldest, largest and most influential organization for fisheries professionals in the world.
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