Mark E. Eberle

Department of Biological Sciences
Lab Coordinator
Image of Mark at Tidepools
Exploring Tidepools with FHSU Students
Cape Arago State Park, Oregon
Pacific Ocean: 0 m (0 feet)
August 2000 (by William Cook)

Image of Mark with Bristlecone Pine
Bristlecone Pine Grove
Great Basin National Park, Nevada
Mount Wheeler: 3,170 m (10,400 feet)
August 1999 (by Erin Renard)

Education:

Advising: Biology-Secondary Education

E-mail Address: meberle@fhsu.edu

Telephone: 785–628–5264     FAX: 785–628–4153

Mailing Address, US Post Office:
   Department of Biological Sciences
   Fort Hays State University
   600 Park Street
   Hays, KS 67601

Mailing Address, Private Couriers (e.g., UPS, FedEx):
   Department of Biological Sciences
   Fort Hays State University
   509 South Campus Drive, Room 302
   Hays, KS 67601

Office: Albertson Hall 424

Office Hours: 9:30–11:00 on most Monday and Friday mornings during fall and spring semesters;
                      other times by appointment

Courses Taught:

  • Human Biology (BIOL 100).  Lecture for students not majoring in biology.  Spring.  Syllabus (pdf) | Test 1 Outline (Word) | Biomes (pdf) 
  • Laboratory Experiences in Biology (BIOL 102).  Lab for students not majoring in biology.  Fall and Spring.  Syllabus (pdf)
  • Natural History Fieldcourse to the Pacific Northwest.  Occasional Summers.  Course Webpages (pdf files)
  • Natural History Fieldcourse to the Desert Southwest.  Occasional Springs.  No Course Webpages Currently Available
  • Biological Scientific Writing (BIOL 825).  Lecture for graduate students only.  Fall.  Syllabus | Plagiarism Article (BioOne pdf, access on-campus or by subscription only)

Curriculum Vitae (CV / Resumé)

Professional Activities and Personal Web pages

   The natural historian is not a fisherman who prays for cloudy days and good luck merely; but as fishing has
   been styled "a contemplative man's recreation," introducing him profitably to woods and water, so the fruit
   of the naturalist's observations is not in new genera or species, but in new contemplations still, and science is
   only a more contemplative man's recreation.

                    Henry David Thoreau — A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers

Image of Rio at Monument Rocks
A Dog Named Rio in the Driver's Seat of a 2001 Chevrolet Prizm
That Took Me through the 48 Contiguous States in 2003–2004

Monument Rocks along the Smoky Hill River, Gove County, Kansas
Photograph by Mark Eberle, 19 October 2008


Most recent update to personal webpages was 19 August 2014