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Service-Learning Project Archives: C. Tate Holbrook, Ph.D.

C. Tate Holbrook, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Biology

Service-Learning Teaching Details

2015 Excellence in Service-Learning

Outstanding Faculty Award

Service-Learning Sections:          28

Service-Learning Courses:           3

  • Conservation Biology
  • Biology Service-Learning Internship
  • Principles of Ecology

Key Partnerships:

  • St. Simons Land Trust
  • Georgia Department of Natural Resources

Dr. Tate Holbrook has been teaching service-learning courses since summer of 2014. He has taught the most service-learning course sections of anyone at the College. Dr. Holbrook was a Service-Learning Faculty Fellow from 2016 to 2018 and has regularly had students present posters at the annual Service-Learning Symposium since 2015.

"Dr. Holbrook’s commitment to service-learning has been remarkable.  He is to be commended for the strong partnerships that he has formed with local agencies which have benefited our students as well as our coastal area."

- Dr. Andrea Wallace

Analysis of Migratory Butterfly Activity Along the Atlantic Flyway—Georgia

Estimating White-tail Deer Population Density At Cannon's Point Preserve, St. Simons Island, GA

Internship at UGA Marine Extension Coastal Ecology Lab

Monitoring the Spread of Invasive Plant Species at Cannon’s Point Preserve, St. Simons Island

Shark and Ray Internship at Coastal Marine Education and Research Academy