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Dr. Robert Arndt

Dr. Robert Arndt



2643 Garrett-Strong


660.562.1188 (fax)

Joined Northwest in 2018

Assistant Professor


  • Ph.D. Ecology Indiana State University
  • B.S. Biology Eastern Michigan University

Courses Taught

  • 04-236 Allied Health Human Anatomy
  • 04-436 Human Anatomy

Academic Interests

  • Behavioral and physiological ecology of North American bat species, entomology and the effects of climate change on insect distributions, acoustic ecology as it pertains to endangered species management, landscape ecology and species movements in fragmented landscapes.

Scholarly Activity

  • Arndt, R.J., B. Schaetz. 2009. A tale of two deniers. Bat Research News.
  • Arndt, R.J., J.B. Holmes, J.M. O’Keefe, W.B. Mitchell and S.L. Lima. In press. Do predators influence the behaviour of temperate-zone bats? An analysis of competing models of roost emergence times. Animal Behaviour.
  • Arndt, R.J, S.L. Lima. In prep. Landscape-wide flight activity by wintering bats predictably follows pulses of warm weather in Midwestern United States.
  • Arndt, R.J, S.L. Lima. In prep. Microhabitat selection and moonlight avoidance in temperate-zone bats.
  • Cain, P., R.J. Arndt. In prep. An open source DIY environmental sensor for various applications.