Dr. Valorie Titus is an Assistant Professor of Wildlife and Forestry Conservation at Green Mountain College. Prior to moving to GMC, she served as adjunct faculty at both the American Public University System and SUNY Cortland. She also spent a year in Montana and 2 years a Curatorial Science Fellow in the Department of Herpetology (Bronx Zoo) working for the Wildlife Conservation Society. She completed her PhD through Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY and has a Master’s in Biology from Murray State University, Murray, KY. She has worked with a wide range of North American and exotic reptile and amphibian species, including tiger salamanders, box turtles, snapping turtles, and copperhead snakes. Her research focuses on localized conservation efforts and the effects of land use changes (both natural and anthropogenic) on amphibian and reptile populations. She is also interested in emerging disease impacts on reptile and amphibian communities. She is active in several professional societies, including serving on the steering committee and as former Co-Chair for the Northeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (NEPARC), and Vice-President, Secretary, and Newsletter Editor for the New York Chapter of the Wildlife Society, where she is currently serving as President.
Valorie Titus Ph.D.
102 Ames Hall
One Brennan Circle
Poultney, VT 05764
Assistant Professor of Wildlife and Forestry Conservation; Director, Wildlife and Forestry Conservation Program