Associate Professor of Biology & Criminal Justice
Natural Science Department
Social Science Department
Office: Science 100
Office phone: 402-643-7493
Tim Huntington joined Concordia's natural science department as a full-time faculty member in 2008 and served as an adjunct faculty member in 2003 and 2005. His teaching emphasis is in organismal biology, and his research interests focus on forensic entomology (the use of insects as evidence in legal investigations), carrion ecology, and taphonomy. In 2013, he received a duel appointment with Concordia's social sciences department and heads the Criminal Justice program.
Ph.D., University of Nebraska-Lincoln
M.S., University of Nebraska-Lincoln
B.S., Concordia University, Nebraska
General Biology, Principles of Biology, Elements of Anatomy and Physiology, Gross Anatomy, Zoology, Introduction to Forensic Science, Advanced Forensic Science, Research in Biology, Introduction to Criminal Justice, Ethics in Criminal Justice, and others
Professor Huntington is one of 15 board-certified forensic entomologists, and is a forensic entomology consultant for several law enforcement agencies. He has consulted on more than one hundred death investigations spanning thirteen states and four countries, and is a member of the American Board of Forensic Entomology, American Academy of Forensic Sciences, American Board of Forensic Taphonomy, Entomological Society of America, North American Forensic Entomology Association, and Nebraska Chapter of the International Association for Identification. Dr. Huntington also serves as a sworn law enforcement officer for the Seward County Sheriff’s Office. In 2007, he was awarded the Young Alumnus of the Year Award by Concordia.
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Huntington teaching a biology course at Concordia: Dr. Tim Huntington