August 1999                  teaching assistant: four weeks of a summer field course (Zool-454) in Abha city, western Saudi Arabia. King Saud University, Riyadh.


Summer 2000-2001       assisted a graduate student at the University of Arkansas and the U.S. Forest Service in conducting a survey of the distribution and abundance of bat taxa there netted over forest ponds (tow summer seasons).


Summer 2002                conducted the field work for my master’s thesis on bats evaluating the usefulness of the removal method in a robust design for estimating abundance of bats in Arkansas.


February 2005                joined Arkansas Game and Fish Commission to collect data for their annual deer season summary in Columbus, Arkansas.


May 05- August 06        conducted the field work for my PhD on bats from Unizah region, Saudi Arabia.