Nathaniel Hall joins Texas Tech's Department of Animal and Food Sciences
Nathaniel Hall, an expert in canine olfaction or the sense of smell, has been named an assistant professor in Texas Tech University's Department of Animal and Food Sciences, according to officials within the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. He officially stepped into his new teaching and research post on June 1.
The Florida native indicated that he is interested in continuing his research efforts in olfaction in dogs with a focus on applications for pet and working dogs.
One of his primary goals at Tech is to help develop a research and teaching program in companion animal science.
Prior to joining the Tech faculty, Hall served as a post-doctoral scholar at Arizona State University. He received his bachelor's degree in microbiology and his master's degree in psychology from the University of Florida. His doctorate in psychology is from the University of Florida.
Recent awards for Hall include the Gerber Behavior Analysis Research Award (2015); Certificate of Excellence in Reviewing, Behavioural Processes (2014); and the Marian Breland-Bailey Award for Student Research and Scholarship-Association for Behavior Analysis International (2013).
He is a member of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, Applied Animal Behavior Special Interest Group, Southeastern Association for Behavior Analysis, and the Comparative Cognition Society.
Written by Norman Martin
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