Jeffrey Mohr

Adjunct Professor
Forestry and Environmental Conservation Department

Phone: 864-644-5255


 Educational Background

Ph.D Wildlife and Fisheries Biology
Clemson University 2010

M.S. Zoology
Oklahoma State University 2003

B.S. Biology
Furman University 1999

 Courses Taught

WFB 4680 Herpetology


I teach Herpetology for Clemson and for my full time job, I am an Associate Professor at Southern Wesleyan University (SWU) where I teach a variety of Ecological and Organismal classes. I also lead Study Away programs for SWU and have taken students to California (2019), Kenya (2021--cancelled because of covid), and Utah (2021) to explore the unique ecology of these regions.

 Research Interests

Wildlife Ecology with a focus on life history information on reptiles and amphibians. I.e. What do they do in situ and why? I enjoy employing mark/recapture techniques including radio telemetry to better understand individual and (and hopefully populations) of herps in different habitats.