Daniel Williams

Assistant Professor in Biology
B.A., Berry College, Rome, GA
M.S., Georgia College & State University
Ph.D., University of Kansas
Email: williams255@stmary.edu
Phone: 913-758-6150
Office: Miege 309



Dr. Daniel Williams joined USM in 2013 as an assistant professor of biology.

He earned a Master’s Degree in Evolutionary Biology from Georgia College and State University in 2004 and his Ph. D. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the University of Kansas in 2009.

Immediately following graduation Dr. Williams began teaching and conducting undergraduate research at Georgia Southern University.

At KU and Georgia Southern he worked on the effects of ice age climate change on the evolution of mammals and birds. At Georgia Southern he also mentored students in a forensic biology research program. 

Dr. Williams teaches anatomy and physiology, biology for today, ecology, environmental problems, and ornithology. His current research interests at USM involve the impacts of climate change on generalist mammals, such as White-tailed Deer, and the impacts of urbanization on birds.