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Benjamin D. Duval
Professor of Biology
New Mexico Tech
801 Leroy Pl.,
Socorro, NM 87801
Phone: (575) 835-5320
FAX: (575) 835-5668
Office: Jones Annex 319
E-mail: Benjamin.Duval@nmt.edu
Dr. Benjamin D. Duval
Professor of Biology
Phone: (575) 835-5820
FAX: (575) 835-5668
Office: Jones Annex 319
E-mail: Benjamin.Duval@nmt.edu



Education

Ph.D. Biology: Northern Arizona University (August 2005-December 2010)
Dissertation: "The effect of elevated atmospheric CO2 on chemical element
cycling in an oak woodland: understanding the impact of global change on the
response of nutrients and toxins in soils and plants" Dr. Bruce A. Hungate,
advisor.
M.S. Fisheries and Wildlife Science: New Mexico State University (August 2002-
March 2005)
Thesis: "Prairie dog reintroduction to a desert grassland alters arthropod
communities and enhances prey resources for burrowing owls"
B.A. Biology: The College of Wooster (August 1997-May 2001)
Independent Study Thesis: "The distribution and vocal behavior of coyotes in
Wayne County, Ohio"

Honors

Not available at this time

Experience

Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, New Mexico Institute of Mining and
Technology, Socorro, NM (August 2016-present)
Assistant Scientist, Department of Biological Systems Engineering,
University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI (October 2014-July 2016)
Research Agricultural Scientist, Dairy Forage Research Center, USDA-ARS,
Madison, WI (May 2012-September 2014)
Post-doctoral Research Associate, Energy Biosciences Institute, University of
Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL (August 2010-May 2012)