Cynthia Annett




Dr. Cynthia Annett

Research Associate Professor






  • Postdoctoral Researcher, Guyer Fellow, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 1987. Department of Zoology and Trout Lake LTER.
    Postdoctoral Researcher, NSF grant, University of California, Santa Barbara. 1986.
  • Ph.D. Zoology, University of California, Berkeley. December 1986. Ph.D. candidate and Teaching Assistant, University of California, Berkeley. Dissertation title: Differential predation on color morphs of the Midas cichlid.
  • M.A. Biology/Marine Biology, California State University, San Jose. December 1981. Masters' degree candidate, Research Assistant, and Teaching Assistant, Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, San Jose State University. Thesis title: Foraging behavior of the leather seastar, Dermasterias imbricata (Grube) in Monterey Bay, California.
  • B.S. Biological Sciences, California State University, Hayward. August 1979.

Areas of Interest and Experience

Dr. Cynthia Annett is a Research Associate Professor with Kansas State University. She serves as an expert in ecology and environmental science, database management and analysis, community mapping, and GIS. She holds a Doctorate in Zoology from UC Berkeley, Masters in Biology/Marine Biology Moss Landing Marine Labs, is a Google Earth Outreach Network Trainer with over 30 years of professional experience.

Contact Information

2010 Durland Hall,
Kansas State University,
Manhattan, Kansas
Phone: (785) 331-7905