Todd Crowl

Todd Crowl

Ph.D. 1985-1989. University of Oklahoma, Ecology. M.A. 1985-1988. University of Oklahoma, Statistics. M.S. 1982-1984. University of Oklahoma, Zoology. B.S. 1978-1982. Ohio State University, Zoology B.A. 1978-1982. Ohio State University, Philosophy

Crowl received his BS in Biology at Ohio State University and his MS and PhD in Zoology at the University of Oklahoma. He was a post-doctoral fellow at Otago University before taking a faculty position at Utah State University.

Crowl’s research interests include aquatic ecology, predator-prey interactions, food web ecology and most recently, urban stream ecology.

Crowl is joining FIU, after being a Professor of Quantitative Ecology at Utah State for the past 26 years and will be a Professor in the Department of Biology as well as the Director of the Southeast Environmental Research Center.