Professor and Associate Dean of Science, University of Windsor

Dan Mennill is a Professor of Ornithology and Behavioural Ecology at University of Windsor, with a research focus on acoustic communication in temperate and tropical animals. He runs the Mennill Sound Analysis Laboratory, where he and his research team use a field-based approach to study animals in Canada and Costa Rica. Dan has helped to pioneer new technologies for bioacoustic field studies of birds, including multi-channel array recording, interactive playback, and multi-speaker playback. Dan has has published more than 140 papers in scientific journals, and supervised 36 graduate students. He is a Fellow of the American Ornithological Society, a Councillor of the Society for Canadian Ornithologists, and the Associate Dean of Science at University of Windsor. He lives with his family in Lasalle, Ontario. Dan's website: www.uwindsor.ca. Dan's twitter: @dmennill

Experience

  • –present
    Professor and Associate Dean of Science, University of Windsor

Education

  • 2003 
    Queen's University, Biology