ACADEMICS

Eli C. Minkoff, Ph.D.

Eli C. Minkoff, Ph.D.

Adjunct Professor, WSU; also Emeritus at Bates College

My main field of interest is evolutionary biology, especially of primates and other mammals, but also more generally. Although retired from full-time teaching, I love teaching so much that I plan to keep going here as long as I can.

Education

1963
Columbia University
Zoology and Geology (double major)
BA
1969
Harvard University
Biology
Ph.D.
Skills Evolutionary biology Anatomy Paleontology

Publications

  • Books
Books
BIOLOGY TODAY, An Issues Approach Read More
Books
COLBERT'S EVOLUTION OF THE VERTEBRATES Read More

Courses

Bio 140

Organismal Biology


Biological organisms and species, with emphasis on their evolution.
4 credits
Bio 101

Introductory Biology


Biological systems and how they affect daily life and society.
4 credits
Bio 333 (Primates)

Primates & Human Origins


Evolutionary biology of our nearest relatives: monkeys, apes, lemurs, etc.
4 credits
Bio 333 (Paleontology)

Vert. Paleontology


Evolution of the backboned animals and their fossil record.
4 credits