Kathleen Foster

Kathleen Foster

Assistant Professor of Biology


Room:CL 326K

Dr. Foster studies the physiological and ecomorphological mechanisms underlying ecological communities, using primarily arboreal reptiles and amphibious fishes as focal systems. Dr. Foster has an integrative research program, which bridges the fields of functional morphology, ecophysiology, comparative biomechanics, and evolution to provide an essential, mechanistic-driven approach to understanding vertebrate zoology in an environmental context.


University of California Riverside

Prior Employment

University of Ottawa

Course Schedule
Course No. Section Times Days Location
Methods in Ecology 316 3 1500 - 1740 W FB, room 446
Undergraduate Resear 498 310 0000 - 0000 TBD, room TBD
Thesis 698 347 0000 - 0000
Struct and Dev of Ve 330 1 1200 - 1350 M W FB, room 252
Struct and Dev of Ve 330 1 1100 - 1150 M W F FB, room 252