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Timothy Divoll

Timothy Divoll is a Ph.D. candidate at Indiana State University under the advisement of Dr. Joy O' Keefe. His research combines movement data in the field with molecular analysis of diet in the lab to study the foraging ecology and coexistence of northern long-eared bats and Indiana bats in central Indiana. He holds degrees in Biology, obtained in New England (B.S. from Worcester State College; M.S. from University of Southern Maine). Bats have been Tim's primary focus since 2007 through the Biodiversity Research Institute, the Organization for Tropical Studies, and now the Center for Bat Research, Outreach, and Conservation.

Timothy J. Divoll
Department of Biology
Indiana State University
600 Chestnut Street
Terre Haute, IN 47809

Office: (812) 237-4340