Resume

Educational Background:

  • B.S. Colorado State University, 1960-64,Wildlife Management
  • M.S. Colorado State University, 1965-67, Wildlife Biology
  • Ph.D. University of Maryland, 1970-74, Theoretical Ecology
  • The Johns Hopkins University, 2 years

Professional Experience:

  • 1963 – Wildlife Technician, Colorado Division of Wildlife, Durango, CO
  • 1964 – Wildlife Aide, FWS, Horicon, NWR
  • 67-68 – Wildlife Biologist (Research), FWS, Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Laurel, MD
  • 68-69 – Computer Systems Coordinator, FWS, Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Laurel, MD
  • 69-75 – Wildlife Biologist (Research), FWS, Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Laurel, MD
  • 5/75-8/84 – Unit Leader, FWS, Logan, UT
  • 5/75-8/84 – Professor, Department of Wildlife Science, Utah State University
  • 9/84-7/85 – Unit Leader, FWS, Fort Collins, CO
  • 9/84-present – Professor, Department of Fishery and Wildlife Biology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO
  • 12/92-1993 – Senior Researcher, FWS, Fort Collins, CO
  • 7/85-5/03 (retired) – Unit Leader, FWS/NBS/USGS/BRD, Fort Collins, CO
  • 2/99-5/03 (retired) – Senior Scientist, USGS, Fort Collins, CO

Honors and Awards:

  • Professional Achievement Award. 1977. Colorado State University Alumni Award.
  • Publication of the Year Award. 1981. The Wildlife Society.
  • Publication of the Year Award. 1984. The Wildlife Society.
  • Award of Merit. 1984. Utah Chapter of The Wildlife Society.
  • Faculty Achievement Award. 1989. Presented by the Burlington-Northern Foundation for Excellence in Graduate Education.  A $2,500 honorarium was received.
  • Special Achievement Award. 1990. Presented by the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. A $2,000 honorarium was received.
  • Douglas L. Gilbert Award. 1992. Presented by the Colorado Chapter of The Wildlife Society.
  • Director’s Award for Outstanding Science. 1992. This award was given to the Research Unit to “Recognize Consistent Leadership at the Cutting Edge of Science.”
  • Colorado State University Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society initiated the David R. Anderson Awardto be given annually to the Outstanding Senior in the Department of Fishery and Wildlife Biology.
  • Special Achievement Award. 1994. Presented by the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. A cash award of $1,000 was received.
  • Publication of the Year Award. 1997 The Wildlife Society.
  • Meritorious Service Award, Presented by the U.S. Department of the Interior, 2000.
  • Publication of the Year Award. 2001. The Wildlife Society.
  • The Aldo Leopold Memorial Award and Medal. 2004, The Wildlife Society.
  • Ducks Unlimited 2005 Conservation Achievement Award — Research.
  • Warner College of Natural Resources Distinquished Alumni Award, 2006.

Membership in Professional Societies:

  • The Wildlife Society
  • The Biometric Society
  • Ecological Society of America
  • Society for Conservation Biology
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