Dr. John Ethan Householder
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
Institut für Geographie und Geoökologie
J. Ethan Householder
- plant ecology
- community ecology
|2016-||Research assistant. Institute of Geography and Geoecology at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).|
Research Associate. Botanical Research Institute of Texas (USA, TX).
Contributor of botanical collections, images, metadata and geospatial information for the herbarium.
Scientific Coordinator. Biogeography, community ecology and classification of Mauritia dominated wetlands in the Amazon (Brazil).
Managed and led field investigations regarding vegetation ecology and conservation of palm swamps in Brazilian Amazon.
Ph.D. Ecology. National Institute of Amazonian Research (INPA) (Manaus, Brazil).
Scientific Editor, Freelance (Brazil).
Reviewed scientific manuscripts and proposals in the field of botany, ecology, environmental science and veterinary science. Tasks included translation, statistical design, analysis, writing and editing.
Scientific Coordinator. Pontifica Universidad Catolica del Peru (Peru).
Led research regarding the natural history, ecology, use and conservation of orchids in the Peruvian Amazon.
Research Assistant. Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Andes to Amazon Botany Program (USA, TX).
Assisted in research activities including botanical collection and horticultural research.
Laboratory Professor. Department of Environmental Sciences, Texas Christian University (Fort Worth, TX).
Taught environmental sciencs laboratory to undergraduate students.
Curriculum Developer. Department of Environmental Sciences, Texas Christian University (Fort Worth, TX).
Designed, taught and tested new laboratory manual for undergraduate Environmental Sciences Lab.
M.Sc. in Environmental Sciences. Texas Christian University (Fort Worth, TX).
Laboratory Professor. Department of Biology, Texas Christian University (Fort Worth, TX).
Taught undergraduate students specializing in Medical and Biological sciences.
Eco-tour Guide Developer. Vila Corcovado Resort (Costa Rica).
Developed and guided innovative ecological tours.
Elementary School Teacher. Alice E Carlson Elementary School (USA, TX).
Developed and taught outdoors ecology and natural history curriculum for elementary students.
Research Assistant. Columbia University (USA, Washington).
Assisted in field investigations of primary and secondary succession on Mt St. Helens.
Columbia University, Biosphere II (Oracle, AZ).
Earth and Environmental Sciences Field Semester.
Academic Tutor. Athletics Department, Texas Christian University (Fort Worth, TX).
Tutored sciene courses for university athletes.
Council on International Educational Exchange (Monteverde, Costa Rica).
Tropical Ecology and Conservation
B.Sc. in Environmental Sciences (Summa Cum Laude). Texas Christian University (Fort Worth, TX).