Brad M Glorioso

Brad 'Bones' Glorioso currently works as an ecologist for the USGS at the Wetland and Aquatic Research Center. There he assists Hardin Waddle in operating the south-central region of the Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative (ARMI). His primary interests involve population ecology and conservation of southeastern amphibians and reptiles.

Biography

EDUCATION

M.S., Biology, Middle Tennessee State University, May 2006
Thesis: Population Ecology and Feeding Activity of the Stinkpot Turtle, Sternotherus odoratus, Latreille (Kinosternidae), at Reelfoot Lake, Lake Co., Tennessee

B.S.,  Biology (Applied Zoology), Southeastern Louisiana University, May 2003 

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

8/03 – 5/05 - Teaching Assistant for the laboratory portion of Topics in Biology for non-majors, Department of Biology, Middle Tennessee State University.

8/05 – 12/05 - Teaching Assistant for the laboratory portion of General Biology I for majors, Department of Biology, Middle Tennessee State University

1/06 – 5/06 - Teaching Assistant for the laboratory portion of General Biology II for majors, Department of Biology, Middle Tennessee State University

8/06 – 5/07 - Seventh Grade Science teacher at Charleston Accelerated Middle School in Charleston, Missouri. Science club sponsor. Assistant middle school basketball coach. Assistant high school baseball coach. 

Louisiana State University - April 14, 2016 - Guest Lecture on Herp Conservation, guided field trip afterwards

Louisiana State University - April 4, 2017 - Guest Lecture on Herp Conservation, guided field trip afterwards

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Missouri Herpetological Association

Louisiana Herpetological Research Group

Tennessee Herpetological Society

Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation  

 

EDITORSHIPS

Southeastern Naturalist (Associate Editor, 2016 - present)

 

GUEST REVIEWER

Southeastern Naturalist, Reviewer - 2, Guest Editor - 1

Herpetological Conservation and Biology - 1

Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management - 1

Wildlife Research - 1

Asian Herpetological Research - 1

Chelonian Conservation and Biology - 1

Conservation Physiology - 1

 

PRESENTATIONS

33 oral presentations and 10 posters at meetings of local, regional, and national scope