Dr. Rebecca Pinder
Ph.D. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the University at Albany
M.S. in Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior (Biology) from John Carroll University
B.S. in Biology from SUNY Cortland
January 20, 2015
Dr. Pinder started working at the college in 2012 as an adjunct, then became full-time in 2015. When she is not in front of a class, she can be found searching the forest floor for earthworms and salamanders, or running along trails in the Catskill mountains.
- Anatomy and Physiology
- General Ecology
- Environmental Studies
- River Ecology
- Other biology classes as needed
- Pinder, R. A., and G. R. Robinson. Niche-structured assemblages of exotic earthworms in headwater streambanks in eastern New York State, USA. Pedobiologia-Journal of Soil Ecology 75(2019): 15-23.
- McCay, T. S., G. Brown, M. A. Callaham, C. Chang, A. Davalos, A. Dobson, J. H. Gorres, B. M. Herrick, S. W. James, M. R. Johnston, D. McHugh, T. Minteer, J. Moore, M. Nouri-Aiin, M. Novo, J. Ortiz-Pachar, R. A. Pinder, J. B. Richardson, B. A. Snyder, K. Szlavecz. Tools for monitoring and study of peregrine pheretimoid earthworms (Megascolecidae). Pedobiologia -Journal of Soil Ecology 83(2020).
- McCay, T. S., R. A. Pinder, E. Alvarado, and W. C. Hanson. Distribution and Habitat of the Endemic American Grey Soil Worm, Eisenoides lönnbergi (Michaelsen), in the Northeastern United States. Northeastern Naturalist 24(3) (2017): 239-248