B.S., Freed-Hardeman College, 1976, Biology
M.S., Abilene Christian University, 1978, Wildlife Biology
Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic and State University, 1989, Educational Research and Evaluation
Expertise: Armstrong works primarily with human-wildlife conflicts. He has devoted much of his research to studying human interactions with coyotes.
Teaching Responsibilities: Human-wildlife conflicts
Research Interests: Human-wildlife conflicts, human dimensions of wildlife management, urban coyote ecology
Extension Interests: 4-H/youth natural resources education, wildlife damage management