David Tana's  Webpage
  Proud to be a Science Scout!
for the College Park Scholars Earth, Life and Time Program
(Still working on this last one...)
About Me

Name: David Vincent Tana

Major: Anthropology
Major:  Geology

Jobs: I currently work at the front desk of the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Maryland, College Park.

Interests and Hobbies: I enjoy nature and outdoor activities like camping, kayaking, and hiking.  Travel is one of my greatest pleasures.  I really love animals (alive and extinct), and want to get started on my PhD in paleontology.  I'm also interested in behavior, evolution, ecology, systematics, morphology, comparative anatomy, zoology, Earth history, the origin of the universe, and natural history in general.

Have you been touched by HIS Noodly Appendage?  Go here to find out.
My humble reconstruction of Cooperoceras texanum, a Paleozoic cephalopod mollusk, and the ELT mascot.
My Practicum Project Report Page
My National Zoo Page
Somber News from the Directors of ELT.
- A related article by Michael Jaffe.
- A blog where you can share your ELT memories.
My Rhynchosaur Fanboy Page (coming soon...)
Reuse your Keurig K-Cups!!!
Thanks for visiting my premier attempt at creating a webpage.  Check back soon for updates, new pages, and much more.