Wendi Wolfram, instructor of biology, serves as the curator of the Hardin-Simmons Natural Science Museum.
Her academic and research experience includes science education, organismal biology, conservation and wildlife biology, ecology, animal behavior and environmental management.
Wolfram came to HSU in 2002 serving first as the biology lab coordinator and as an adjunct instructor before completing her PhD in biology and joining the ranks of faculty. She has served multiple years as the conservation ecology chair for the Texas Academy of Science and as a Conservation Committee member for the Texas Society of Mammalogy.
In her free time she enjoys hiking, running, photography, and travel.
- Bachelor of Science, Biology, Hardin-Simmons
- Master of Science, Environmental
Management, Hardin-Simmons University, 2004
- Doctor of Philosophy, Biology
(Animal Behavior and Chemosensory Signaling), University of Exeter, UK, In