Research interests:
My research combines basic and applied objectives by exploring how fundamental differences in life histories and behavior effect fish population dynamics. In addition, I prefer research that has direct implications for conservation and management of aquatic species.
Career goals:
My primary career goal is to train and inspire young scientists through teaching and mentoring.  As an assistant professor Lake Superior State University, I have the opportunity to realize these aspirations through the classroom and through research.  I teach courses in ichthyology, fish ecology, fish culture, and fisheries management.
Geoffrey B. Steinhart
Assistant Professor and Aquatic Research Laboratory Co-director
Lake Superior State University
650 W. Easterday Avenue
Sault Ste. Marie, MI  49783
phone: 906.635.2093
fax: 906.635.2266