Kenneth T. Wilkins, Ph.D.
Dr. Kenneth Wilkins is professor of biology
at Baylor University. He also serves as associate
dean of graduate studies and research in the
Graduate School.He received his Ph.D. in zoology from the University
of Florida in 1982, served as a postdoctoral fellow
in vertebrate paleontology and mammalogy at the Florida State Museum
and joined the Baylor faculty in 1983. Dr. Wilkins research interests include various aspects of vertebrate biology, including functional morphology,
ecology and biogeography with emphasis
on mammals (especially rodents and bats).
He has published more than 40 papers, book
chapters and books, many coauthored with his
graduate and undergraduate students, and has
served in various editorial roles for the Journal of
Dr. Wilkins' CV
Dr. Wilkins' Website
To contact Dr. Wilkins, feel free to email him at Ken_Wilkins@baylor.edu.