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Hains, John

August 15, 2018

Dr. Hains leaning against a tree with arms crossed.

Dr. John Hains, Associate Professor Emeritus of Biological Sciences

Dr. John Hains, Associate Professor Emeritus of Biological Sciences retired from Clemson University in 2018. Published Writing: Regular contributor to the ‘Sentinel’, the newsletter for Friends of Lake Keowee Society. My regular column is entitled, ‘Practical Limnology’ with various subtitles.

Awards: Completed  work for a Duke Energy Foundation grant, contributing to professional development courses for K-12 teachers at the Bad Creek Outdoor Laboratory. Plans are to repeat the funded course next summer (2019) as well.

Teaching: Completed teaching the graduate course (BIOL 8410), ‘Understanding Ecology and Ecosystems’ as part of the online MS in biological sciences. I have also agreed to return this fall (2018) to teach BIOL 4430, ‘Freshwater Ecology’.

Volunteer Details: I continue to assist the CU Plant Problem Clinic providing identifications of algae for SC ponds and lakes.

Other Details: For the 2018-19 academic year,  I will continue as the interim program director for the Archbold Tropical Research and Education Center, Clemson’s field station in Dominica. I hope to assist with the recovery efforts after Hurricane Maria and to hand my duties to a successor during this time.

I am also continuing as associate editor for ‘Lake and Reservoir Management’, the journal of the North American Lake Management Society.



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