Noah Anderson

Noah Anderson

Associate Professor
UW-Baraboo/Sauk County
Biological Sciences
(608) 355-5254
Office Hours / Schedule 

Tue & Thu: 11am - 12pm
Wed: 2pm - 3pm

Tue: 12pm - 1pm
Thu: 2pm - 3pm
Fri: 10am - 11am


I joined the faculty of UW-Baraboo/Sauk County after I completed my dissertation at Idaho State University in spring '09. While at ISU, I investigated the biomechanics of neck motion in softshelled turtles. Additionally, I worked with students of Anatomy and Physiology to understand their learning processes and the learning challenges that students in A&P face.

My research interests include lapping behavior in dogs, the natural history of the biota of the Upper Midwest (particularly the Driftless Region), ecology and conservation of reptiles and amphibians.

I enjoy working with horses & horseback riding, hiking, playing guitar and paddling.

Advice for students: 1) Find out what you want to do and then make the time to do it. 2) Take the time it takes to get something done.


DA, Idaho State University
MS, Southeastern Louisiana University
BS, North Dakota State University
coursework, Inver Hills Community College