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Kathreen Eva Ruckstuhl, Swiss zoologist. Achievements include finding novel explanation for sexual segregation in ungulates; work on the evolution of sociality, sexual segregation and associated cost. Member Association Study Animal Behavior, American Behavior Society, Canada Society Zoologists.

Background

Ruckstuhl, Kathreen Eva was born on October 5, 1964 in Bern, Switzerland. Daughter of Frédéric Maria and Doris Mina (Eugster) Ruckstuhl.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Bern, 1989. Master of Science, University Bern, 1992. Doctor of Philosophy, University Sherbrooke, Canada, 1998.

Career

Teaching assistant in zoology University Bern, 1990-1992. Biologist Natural History Museum, Bern, 1992-1994. Wildlife biologist Fish and Wildlife AB, Calgary, Canada, 1994-1998.

Teaching assistant University Sherbrooke, 1998. Postdoctoral University Cambridge, England, since 1999. Wildlife biologist consultant COSEWIC, Canada, 1998.

Achievements

  • Achievements include finding novel explanation for sexual segregation in ungulates. Work on the evolution of sociality, sexual segregation and associated cost.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Association Study Animal Behavior, American Behavior Society, Canada Society Zoologists.

Connections

father:
Frédéric Maria Ruckstuhl

mother:
Doris Mina (Eugster) Ruckstuhl