- GRADUATE STUDIES
- STUDENT LIFE
B.A. in Biology, University of Virginia
M.S. in Biology, Concentration in Insect Ecology, University of Oregon
Ph.D. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Concentration in Plant Ecology, Cornell University
ES103 Introduction to Ecosystem and Wildlife Conservation
ES104 Introduction to Natural Resources Conservation
BI241 Evolutionary Biology
BI250 Plant Biology
BI430 Forest Ecology
Research Interests & Areas of Expertise
Using technology to help others understand the natural world; Plant Ecology; Forest Ecology; Tropical Ecology, particularly the interaction between the threatened Three-wattled Bellbird and the wild avocado trees that produce the fruit that they feed on: Encouraging collaboration among those of diverse backgrounds and perspectives in order to find solutions to environmental problems.
Publications and Presentations
Singleton, R. 2014. Chapter II of Tools for Undergraduate Research in Environmental Science and Biology : Fundamentals of Field Sampling – How to Design a Field Study. Available here.
Koning, C and R. Singleton. 2013. Effects of moderate densities of glossy buckthorn on forested communities in southwest New Hampshire, Natural Areas Journal, 33(3):256-263.. Available here.
Singleton, R. 2005, Updated online interactive version 2014. Chapter III of Tools for Undergraduate Research in Environmental Science and Biology : A beginner's guide to analyzing quantitative data using MSExcel. Available here.
Volunteer/ Institutional Service
Member of the Executive Committee of the Monadnock Institute of Nature, Place and Culture; Member of the Sustainability Council; Member of International Studies Committee; Coordinator of the Environmental Science and Studies Program; Designer of eTour on eRaven; Admissions Ambassador for Environmental Science