We have a diverse staff covering a broad area of taxonomy and science.
Dr. James T. Goodwin
Director of the ETNHC
Professor of Biology (Retired)
B.S., 1964, Zoology, Memphis State University
M.S., 1965, Zoology & Entomology, Univeristy of Tennessee-Knoxville
Ph.D., 1967, Medical Entomology, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
M.S., 1984, Veterinary Public Health, Texas A&M University-College Station
Entomologist specializing in the Horseflies of the World - Order Diptera - Family: Tabanidae
Dr. William Godwin
Curator of the ETNHC
B.S., 1992, Biology, Stephen F. Austin State University
Ph.D., 2002, Entomology, Texas A&M University-College Station
Entomologist with a specialty in Coleoptera (Beetles). Will was born and raised in this part of East Texas and is an encyclopedia of facts and history about the area.
Robert J. Nuelle, Jr.
Research Associate in Lepidoptera
Webmaster and Enabling Technology Manager
I am studying the Butterflies and Moths of this area with the multi-disciplinary assistance of Botanists, Geologists, Biogeographers and my fellow Research Associates. My goal is to help the ETNHC succeed at its mission of bringing interested scientists to East Texas to begin to document this undiscovered area!
Curation and collection of Lepidoptera.
The East Texas Natural History Collection is proud to be the first North American Host and partner with the International Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies. The Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies is a peer reviewed international Open Access Journal which is abstracted in various reputed databases. The Journal provides a platform with the aim of motivating students and personnel in all fields of Zoology.
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