Dr. Todd Yetter
Professor & Department Chair of Biology
Dr. Todd Yetter is professor and Chair of the Biology Department. He teaches BIOL 121 (Medical Terminology), BIOL 349 (Plant Biology), BIOL 341 (Plant Taxonomy), BIOL 330 (Dendrology), BIOL 110 (General Biology Lab) and occasionally BIOL 130 (General Biology Lecture). Research interests include honey bees, plant pollination, and biodiesel production. He is very happily married to Dr. Renee Yetter; together they have two children. Dr. Yetter enjoys woodworking, gardening, and raising honey bees in his spare time.
- BIOL 110 General Biology Laboratory
- BIOL 130 General Biology
- BIOL 241 Introduction to Environmental Science
- BIOL 330 Special Topics in Biology: Medicinal Plants
- BIOL 341 Plant Taxonomy
- BIOL 349 Plant Biology
- BIOL 495 Senior Seminar
- Subtropical Ecology in Florida and the Bahamas
Publications, Presentations, and Research
1999. The creation of two interactive web sites for use in plant biology and environmental science.
1997. Continuation of floristics and phytogeography of a wetland in Laurel County, Kentucky.
1996. Preliminary floristics and phytogeography of a wetland in Laurel County, Kentucky.