Clarence Lehman is Professor of Ecology, Evolution and Behavior in the College of Biological Sciences. Much of his life was in the computer field, developing computer software and hardware. Algorithms and equations are similar regardless of whether the object of inquiry is a whole ecosystem, a population of animals, or an infection of viruses. A guiding principle in his research is to take part in learning to manage the earth's combined physical-biological-social dynamics for long-term habitability, both by humans and their fellow creatures.
Professor, Ecology, Evolution and Behavior