Bradley J. Cosentino

Associate Professor of Biology

Hobart and William Smith Colleges

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Bradley J. Cosentino

Associate Professor of Biology


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Contact information:

Department of Biology

Hobart and William Smith Colleges

300 Pulteney St.

Geneva, NY 14456


Office: 203 Eaton Hall

Phone: 315.781.4602

Email: cosentino@hws.edu


Education:

B.A., Biology, Augustana College (IL), 2004

Ph.D., Ecology & Evolution, University of Illinois, 2011

I'm a biologist with broad interests in ecology, evolution, and conservation biology. My research addresses how environmental change affects the behavior, population dynamics, and evolution of wildlife species. I have a particular interest in dispersal behavior. I currently teach conservation biology, evolutionary genetics, and biostatistics at Hobart and William Smith Colleges.

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Citizen science opportunities!


I'm co-directing the New York Herp Atlas and the Vernal Pool Mapper with Dr. James Gibbs (SUNY-ESF). Use the links below to submit your observations of herps and vernal pools!


New York Vernal Pool Mapper


New York Herp Atlas (coming soon!)