University of Oregon

Janet Hodder

Senior Lecturer
Academic Coordinator

Education

B.S., University of Liverpool, U.K.
Ph.D., University of Oregon

Contact

Mail:   OIMB
P.O. Box 5389
Charleston, OR 97420
Email:   jhodder@uoregon.edu
Phone:   (541) 888-2581, ex. 215
Fax:   (541) 888-3250
 

Selected Publications

Hodder, J. 2009. What are undergraduate doing at biological field stations and marine laboratories?. Bioscience 59:666-672.

HMessinger O., S. Shuette, Hodder J., and A. Shanks. 2009. Bridging the gap: spanning the distance between high school and college education. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7(4):221-222.

Ebert-May D, and Hodder J. 2008. Pathways to Scientific Teaching. Sinauer Associates.

Ebert-May D, Weber EP and Hodder J, and . 2006. Analyzing results: the tip of the iceberg. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4(5):274-275.

Hodder J, Ebert-May D,and Batzli JM. 2006. Coding to anlayze students thinking. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4(3):162-163.

Batzli JM, Ebert-May D, and Hodder J. 2006. Bridging the pathway from instruction to research. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4(2):105-107.

Ebert-May D and Hodder J. 2006. What’s next for the Pathways series. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4(1): 43-44.

Richmond C, Ebert-May D, and Hodder J. 2005. Lyme disease: a case about ecosystem services. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3(10):557-558. [pdf]

Hodder J, Middendorf G, Ebert-May D. 2005. Problem solving: a foundation for modeling. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3(9):501-502. [pdf]

Nagel LM, Ebert-May D, Weber EP, Hodder J. 2005. Learning through peer assessment. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3(7):390-391. [pdf]

Derting TL, Ebert-May D, Hodder J, and Weber EP. 2005. Determining confidence: sex and statistics. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3(6):338-339. [pdf]

Ebert-May D, Linton D, Hodder J, and Long T. 2005. Active Homework – preparation for active classes. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3(5):283-284. [pdf]

Finelli C, Ebert-May D, and Hodder J. 2005. Collaborative learning – a jigsaw. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3(4):220-221. [pdf]

Hodder J, Ebert-May D, Williams K, and Luckie D. 2005. Unraveling complexity: building an understanding of Everglades restoration. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3(7):170-171. [pdf]

Ebert-May D, Hodder J, Weber EP, and Luckie D. 2005. Unleashing problem solvers: from assessment to designing research. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3(2):101-102. [pdf]

Williams, K. S., D. Ebert-May, D. Luckie, and J. Hodder. 2004. Ecological controversy: analysis to synthesis. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2(10): 546-547. [pdf]

Ebert-May D, K. Williams, E. Weber , J. Hodder, D. Luckie 2004. Practicing scientific inquiry: what are the  rules? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2(9): 492-493 [pdf]

Williams, K. S., D. Ebert-May, D. Luckie, J. Hodder, and S. Koptur. 2004. Novel assessments: detecting success in student learning. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2(8): 444-445 [pdf]

Hodder, J., D. Ebert-May, K. Williams, and D. Luckie. 2004. Marine Pathology: revealing the ocean’s etiology to earthbound students. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2(7): 383-384. [pdf]

Ebert-May D, Williams K, Luckie D, Hodder J. 2004. Climate change: confronting student ideas.  Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2(6): 324-325. [pdf]

Ebert-May, D., J. Hodder, K. Williams, and D. Luckie. 2004. Pathways to scientific teaching. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2(6): 323. [pdf]

Norman, S. A., C. E. Bowlby, M. S. Brancato, J. Calambokidis, D. Duffield, P. J. Gearin, T. A. Gornall, M.E.Gosho, B. Hanson, J. Hodder, S. J. Jeffries, B. Lagerquist, D. M. Lambourn, B. Mate, B. Norberg, R.W. Osborne, J. A. Rash, S. Riemer and J. Scordino.  2004. Cetacean strandings in Oregon and Washington between 1930 and 2000. J. Cetacean Management 6:87-99.

Carlton J. T. and J. Hodder.  2003.  Maritime mammals: terrestrial mammals as consumers in marine intertidal communities. Marine Ecology Progress Series 256:271-286. [pdf]

Hodder, J. 2003.  Fork-tailed Storm Petrel. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G. Hunter and A.L.Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis.  Pgs: 47-48.

Hodder, J. 2003. Leach’s Storm Petrel. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G. Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis.  Pgs: 48-50.

Hodder, J. 2003.  Brandts Cormorant. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G. Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis.  Pgs: 54-56.

Hodder, J. 2003.  Pelagic Cormorant. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G. Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis.  Pgs: 58-59.

Hodder, J. 2003.  Black Oystercatcher. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G. Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis.  Pgs: 209-210.

Hodder, J. 2003.  Western Gull. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G. Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis.  Pgs: 270-272.

Hodder, J. 2003.  Glaucous-winged Gull. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G. Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis.  Pgs: 273-274.

Hodder, J. 2003.  Common Murre. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G. Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis.  Pgs: 286-288.

Hodder, J. 2003.  Pigeon Guillemot .The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G. Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis.  Pgs: 288-290.

Hodder, J. 2003.  Ancient Murrelet. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G. Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis.  Pgs: 293-294.

Hodder, J. 2003.  Cassin’s Auklet. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G. Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis.  Pgs: 294-295.

Hodder, J. 2003.  Rhinoceros Auklet. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G. Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis.  Pgs: 295-297.

Hodder, J. 2003.  Horned Puffin. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G. Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis.  Pgs: 297-298.

Hodder, J. 2003.  Tufted Puffin. The Birds of Oregon: A General Reference Eds: D.B. Marshall, M.G. Hunter and A.L. Contreras. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis.  Pgs: 298-299.

Hodder, J., R. Brown, and C.Cziesla.  1998. The northern elephant seal in Oregon: a pattern of regular onshore occurrence and breeding range expansion. Marine Mammal Science 14:873-881.

Carlton, J. T. and J. Hodder. 1995.  Biogeography of coastal marine organisms: Experimental studies on a replica of a sixteenth century sailing vessel. Marine Biology.121: 721-730.

Ferrero, R. C., J. Hodder, and J. Cesarone. 1994.  Recent strandings of rough-toothed dolphins (Steno bredanensis) on the Oregon and Washington coast.  Marine Mammal Science 10:114-116.

Hodder, J., J.T. Harvey, M.R. Graybill, R.F. Brown, and B. Ebberts.  1992. An outbreak of probable Leptospirosis in California sea lions along the Oregon coast during fall 1984. Northwestern Naturalist. 73:37-41.

Hodder, J. and M.R. Graybill. 1985. Reproduction and survival of seabirds in Oregon during the 1982/83 El Nino. The Condor 7:535-541.

Graybill, M.R. and J. Hodder. 1985. Effects of the 1982/83 El Nino on the reproductive success of six species of marine birds in Oregon. Proceedings of the 1982/83 El Nino Effects in the Subartic Pacific Conference. Washington Sea Grant Publication.

Bio

I am the Academic Coordinator at the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology. My responsibilities include planning the annual summer session program and the fall and spring course offerings. During summer session I teach Bi 458 Marine Birds and Mammals, and during fall quarter, I teach BI 457 Marine Biology: Marine Environmental Issues.

My research interests are diverse, ranging from the ecology of marine birds and mammals to the biological consequences of introduced species. I do not accept graduate students but I often have undergraduates working with me on research projects.

I am the Director of the Center for Ocean Science Education Excellence (COSEE) – Pacific Partnerships and a Principal Investigator of the NSF funded OIMB Graduate Fellows in K -12 Project

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