Mailing Address 
2083 Lawrence Road, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648

Education

1986 M.S., Zoology, Rutgers University
1971 B.S., Creative Arts, New York University

Courses Taught

Principles of Biology Laboratory: Biology of Animals (BIO 115L)
Principles of Biology Laboratory: Biology of Plants (BIO 116L)

Academic Experience

1989-2000 Teaching Specialist, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Office of Special Academic Programs, Piscataway, NJ

1994-95 Anatomy and Physiology Instructor, Warren County Community College, Science Department Washington, NJ

1987-1989 Laboratory Operations Coordinator, Cook College, Rutgers University, Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology, New Brunswick, NJ

1988 Laboratory Instructor, Middlesex County College, Biology Department, Edison, NJ

1986 Biology Instructor, Pharmacy Education Program, Summer Enrichment Program, College of Pharmacy, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ

1984-86 Teaching Assistant, General Biology, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ

Interests and Activities

Professional free-lance artist (mostly botanical illustration) but also has some pen and ink drawings published in Current Protocols in Toxicology, "Histopathology of the Male Reproductive System I: Techniques" which is published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (2002).

Hobbies include birding, botanizing, gardening, running, SCUBA diving, photography, and international travel (Costa Rica, Peru, Guatemala, Belize, Mexico, Bonaire, Brazil, South Africa, East Africa, Paris, London, Lisbon, Galapagos Islands, Trinidad)

Selected Publications

Romagnano, L., Hoffenberg, A.S., and H.W. Power. 1990. Intraspecific brood parasitism in the European starling. Wilson Bulletin 102:279-291.

Hoffenberg, A.S., Power, H.W., Romagnano, L., Lombardo, M.P. and T.R. Mcguire. The frequence of cuckoldry in the European starling (Sturnus vulgaris). Wilson Bulletin 100:60-69.

Lombardo, M.P., L.C. Romagnano, P.C. Stouffer, A.S. Hoffenberg, and H.W. Power. 1989. The use of nest boxes as night roosts during the non-breeding season by European Starlings in New Jersey. Condor 91:744-747.