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Teaching by Ines Fürtbauer

(supported by Lab Members)​

2019/20

BIO344: Hormones and Behaviour (3rd year; module coordinator), Swansea University, UK

BIO355: Animal behaviour: from individuals to groups (3rd year). Swansea University. UK

 

2018/19

BIO333: Animal Personality: Physiology, Behaviour, and Evolution (3rd year; module coordinator), Swansea University, UK

BIO344: Hormones and Behaviour (3rd year; module coordinator), Swansea University, UK

 

2017/18
BIO333: Animal Personality: Physiology, Behaviour, and Evolution (3rd year; module coordinator), Swansea University, UK
BIO344: Hormones and Behaviour (3rd year; module coordinator), Swansea University, UK

2016/17

BIO333: Animal Personality: Physiology, Behaviour, and Evolution (3rd year; module coordinator), Swansea University, UK

 

2015/16
BIO333: Animal Personality: Physiology, Behaviour, and Evolution (3rd year; module coordinator), Swansea University, UK
BIO226: Animal Physiology: Hormones & Behaviour (2nd year; module coordinator), Swansea University, UK

 

2014/15
BIB213: Animal Physiology: Hormones & Behaviour (2nd year; module coordinator), Swansea University, UK

 

2013/14
ANT020C153Y: Introduction to Evolutionary Anthropology (1st year), University of Roehampton, UK    
BSS020N219Y: Understanding Behaviour (2nd year), University of Roehampton, UK
ANT010N921A: Human and other Primates (2nd year), University of Roehampton, UK
ANT020X181Y: Primate Biology & Conservation (3rd year), University of Roehampton, UK
BSS020X342Y: Animal Behaviour & Cognition (3rd year), University of Roehampton, UK
PRM020L014A: Primate Biology, Behaviour & Conservation (MRes), University of Roehampton, UK
PRM020L011A: Primatology: Theory & Practice (MRes), University of Roehampton, UK
PRM120L004Y: Dissertation – General availability (MRes), University of Roehampton, UK

 

2011/12  
Social behaviour & communication (MSc), Georg-August-University Göttingen, Germany

 

2009/10            
Methods in behavioural biology (MSc), Georg-August-University Göttingen, Germany