An ecologist, conservation biologist, and animal behaviorist by training, Dr. Morimoto has studied the effects of forest fragmentation on birds in Massachusetts and is currently involved in urban bird research.
Professional Title: Associate Professor of Biology, Director of College of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies Natural Science and Mathematics Division
Areas of Academic Focus and Expertise: Ecology, Ornithology, Conservation Biology, Animal Behavior
Area of Work and Concentration at Lesley: Division Director, Teach research and biology courses
Representative List of Recent Courses Taught: Patterns in Nature, Environmental Field Research, New England Field Studies, Field Experiences in Tropical Ecology
Education: BS, Stonehill College; MA, PhD, Boston University
Representative List of Recent Publications / Exhibitions:
I co-developed Guyana Lesley Abroad Service Semester (GLASS), the first Lesley University study abroad program, with Rupununi Learners Foundation's Alice Layton.
Undergraduate Study Abroad
Foreign Languages at Lesley
News from 29 Mellen
Child Homelessness Initiative
College of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies
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