Thomas J. Kwak

 

Professional
Biography

 

 

 


EDUCATION

1993   Doctor of Philosophy, Fisheries; University of Minnesota.

Dissertation title: Influence of physical and biotic factors on trout production dynamics in southeastern Minnesota streams.

1983   Master of Science, Biology; University of Illinois.

Thesis title: Use of a permanently flooded pool and an ephemeral ditch system by fishes of the Kankakee River, Illinois.

1981   Bachelor of Science, Ecology, Ethology, and Evolution; University of Illinois.


EMPLOYMENT

1999-present  Unit Leader and ProfessorNCSU Smoke Stack

   North Carolina Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
   Department of Applied Ecology
   North Carolina State University

1994-1999    Assistant Unit Leader and Research Associate Professor

   Arkansas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
   Department of Biological Sciences
   University of Arkansas

1993-1994    Research Assistant Professor

   Pacific Estuarine Research Laboratory
   Department of Biology
   San Diego State University

1991-1993    Research Fellow

   Minnesota Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
   University of Minnesota

1987-1991    Graduate Research Assistant

   Department of Fisheries and Wildlife
   University of Minnesota

1983-1987    Assistant Research Biologist

   Aquatic Biology Section
   Illinois Natural History Survey

1981-1983    Graduate Research Assistant

   Aquatic Biology Section
   Illinois Natural History Survey
   and University of Illinois

1977-1981    Undergraduate Research Assistant

   Aquatic Biology Section
   Illinois Natural History Survey
   and University of Illinois


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