Stanley K. Sessions

Stan's expertise is in evolutionary and developmental biology. He teaches Animal Development, Evolution, Natural History of Vertebrates, and Developmental Genetics plus an off-campus course on the Natural History of Costa Rica.  His research interests include developmental and cytogenetic studies in amphibians, with recent focus on the natural causes of amphibian deformities.  Besides work, Stan likes to bicycle, hike, go canoe-camping in the Adirondacks, climb, ski, fish, tear down things so he can build new things (house repairs), paint, cartoon, cook, and hunt for salamanders.  Stan has been at Hartwick since 1989.

Dr. Stan Sessions' CV (pdf document)
Deformed Amphibian Research at Hartwick 
Phone: 607-431-4764 
Office: 333 Johnstone Science Center