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Paul Clemens Schroeder

Paul Clemens Schroeder, American biologist, educator. Postdoctoral fellow University California, Berkeley, 1966-1968, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation fellow University Cologne, Germany, 1974-1975, University Basel, Switzerland, 1989, Fulbright Research fellow United States Public Health Service, Fogarty International fellow University Queensland, Australia, 1982.


  • Schroeder, Paul Clemens was born on August 13, 1938 in Brooklyn. Son of Henry Clemens and Gertrude Irene (Kenny) Schroeder.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, St. Peter's College, 1960. Postgraduate, University Zurich, 1961. Doctor of Philosophy, Stanford University, 1966.


    • Assistant professor zoology Washington State University, Pullman, 1968-1973, associate professor, 1973-1982, professor, since 1982, associate chairman department zoology, 1983-1987, chairman, 1987-1991. Director Charles R. Conner Natural History Museum, since 1992. Guest research biologist University California, Santa Cruz, 1998-1999.


    • Co-author: Beetles and How They Live, 1978. Editor Joure. Experimental Zoology, Marine Biology, 1989.

      Contributor articles to professional publications.


    President Rose Creek Preserve, Nature Conservancy, Pullman and Seattle, 1984-1988. Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science (council member 1990-1992). Member American Society Zoologists (division secretary 1978-1980), International Society Invertebrate Reproduction (executive committee, secretary 1988-1998).


    • Married Alice Louise Anderson, June 25, 1966. Children: Lianne, Lisa.
    • father: Henry Clemens Schroeder
    • mother: Gertrude Irene (Kenny) Schroeder
    • spouse: Alice Louise Anderson
    • children: Lianne Schroeder
    • Lisa Schroeder
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    Born August 13, 1938
    • 1960
      St. Peter's College
    • 1961
      University Zürich
    • 1966
      Stanford University
    • 1968 - 1973
      Assistant, professor zoology Washington State University
      Pullman, Washington, United States
    • 1992
      director, Charles R. Conner Natural History Museum
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