Randall FitzGerald, Ph.D.
Dr. FitzGerald is Associate Director of the New Jersey School of Conservation and Associate Professor of Environmental Studies at Montclair State University. He has studied microtine behavioral ecology in the past and has authored a variety of articles relating to animal behavior, behavioral ecology, and most recently, human sociobiology. His current research interests center around mate selection strategies among humans.
Dr. FitzGerald earned his B.S. in Environmental Science from the State University of New York, College at Purchase, and his Ph.D. in Biology at the New York State University Center at Binghamton. Prior to coming to the School of Conservation, he served as a National Science Foundation Research Associate at the University of Pittsburgh investigating sex differences in the evolution of cognitive processing. Dr. FitzGerald's role at the School of Conservation involves overseeing the educational and research programs at the field station. He is also the field center's webmaster.