Yancey, Frank 2014-07-16

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Frank Yancey discusses his ties to Clyde Jones and Texas Tech University. He recalls how he became interested in biology, experiences in teaching, and changes in field biology education and fieldwork

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Frank Yancey

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Date: July 16, 2014

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: David Marshall

Length: 00:52:27


Biographical and high school information, College interest in biology, Working for Clyde Jones at Texas Tech University, Field work on bats and rodents, Museum of Texas Tech University and the NSRL, NSRL methods: dermestids, loans, et cetera, Field work in California on raptors, Memorable faculty and students at Texas Tech, Post-doctoral work, Reedley College specimen collection, Study abroad: Costa Rica, Armenia, Teaching style and interests, Evolution vs Creationism, Technological advances in the field: GPS, GIS, Classroom specimens, Specimen usage: Hantavirus, The future, Closing remarks

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Transcript: Transcript available in reading room


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