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Paul Clemens Schroeder

biologist , educator

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.


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.

Henry Clemens Schroeder

Gertrude Irene (Kenny) Schroeder

Alice Louise Anderson

Lianne Schroeder

Lisa Schroeder