Tim Carter is currently the Director of the Field Stations and Environmental Education Center, and Professor of Biology at Ball State University, Muncie, IN. He teaches Mammalogy, Wildlife Biology, general biology and other classes. Dr. Carter has worked with bats extensively for the past 25 years and has focused on the Endangered Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis) for the past 20 years. His interests center on non-game and endangered species, also most recently the impacts of current land management decisions including urban wildlife issues.
Director of Field Stations and Environmental Education Center, and Professor of Biology.