Tim Divoll

Timothy Divoll is a Ph.D. candidate in Dr. Joy O’Keefe’s Lab, Department of Biology, at Indiana State University. His research is focused on the foraging ecology of northern long-eared (Myotis septentrionalis) and Indiana bats (Myotis sodalis) in central Indiana. Tim will combine field and molecular techniques to better understand the diet and foraging habitat needs of these bat species. He holds degrees in Biology from Worcester State College (B.S.) and the University of Southern Maine (M.S.).  He has studied bats for the past 6 years across the eastern United States and Latin America, focused on promoting bat conservation through research as well local capacity building and education.

Tim Divoll’s curriculum vitae

Tim Divoll’s Masters Thesis 2013