Dr Sarah Hodge
Senior Lecturer in Zoology
I am a Senior Lecturer on the Tremough Campus and am heavily involved in both undergraduate and MSc teaching. As MSc tutor I am the main point of contact for taught MSc students studying biosciences on the Cornwall Campus. I also coordinate employability activities on the Tremough campus, working closely with students and staff to improve graduate career prospects.
As Widening Participation lead for Biosciences in Cornwall, I coordinate the work that we do to promote science within the local community. For further information about our activities, please see our For Schools and Colleges website.
2004: PhD University of Cambridge
1996: BSc University of Bristol
2012-present: Senior Lecturer, Centre for Ecology & Conservation, University of Exeter
2012 Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
2010-2012: Lecturer, Centre for Ecology & Conservation, University of Exeter
2008-2010: NERC funded post doc, Centre for Ecology & Conservation, University of Exeter “Reproductive conflict in the cooperatively breeding banded mongoose” with Dr Mike Cant.
2004-2008: NERC funded post doc, Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge. “Intrasexual selection and reproductive strategies in cooperative meerkats” with Prof Tim Clutton-Brock.
2000-2004: PhD Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge. “The evolution of cooperation in the communal breeding banded mongoose”
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University of Exeter