Lehre am Fachbereich Biologie, Philipps-Universität Marburg 

Im Rahmen eines Lehrauftrags und als wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft der Philipps-Universität Marburg, Fachbereich Biologie, bietet Sascha Rösner seit 2001 diverse Lehrveranstaltungen an.

Arbeitsgruppen: Allgemeine Ökologie und Tierökologie (Prof. Dr. R. Brandl), Naturschutz (Prof. Dr. N. Farwig)

Seminare, Exkursionen, Übungen
  • Praxismodul “Planungsrelevante Arten” im Master-of-Science Studiengang, Arbeitsgruppe Naturschutz, Fachbereich Biologie, Philipps-Universität Marburg. Wissenschaftliche Vogelberingung und Artenkenntnis Ornithologie.
  • Seminar for bachelor of science students: Macroecology: linear and multiple regression analysis with R (The R project for statistical computing)
  • Seminar: Forest ecology courses (animal ecology)Students excursion: Forest ecology – Eastern Poland, Bialowieza National Park September 2005 (initiation, concept, accomplishment and  guiding)
  • Statistic course and excursion for PhD students: Applied statistics in Ecology – using R (The R project for statistical computing) – May 2008, Bialowieza, Poland (initiation, concept, accomplishment and  guiding)
Betreuung von Abschlussarbeiten:
  • Tiede, Y. (2011): Does size matter? Comparison of dropping measurements and genetic analysis for sex determination in capercaillies (Tetrao urogallus).
  • Mussard-Foster, E. (2011, master thesis): Stress load in capercaillies (Tetrao urogallus): the influence of winter and summer tourism and forestry?
  • Teuscher, M. (2011, master thesis): The habitat of the Capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus): insights from statistical modelling 
  • Bacht, M. (2010, master thesis): Genetic divergences in Ring Ouzels (Turdus torquatus) of the European low    mountain ranges
  • Ruhnau, C.A.S. (2009, bachelor thesis): Phylogeographic structure of the Mediterranean Moray Eel (Muraena helena)
  • Duarte, M.M. (2009, bachelor thesis): Genetic differentiation of small rodents in fragmented landscapes of South Africa
  • Glatzle, M. (2009, bachelor thesis): Habitat structure and small rodent diversity in the Renosterveld of South Africa 
  • Bogatz, K. (Diplomarbeit, 2009): Do ravens Corvus corax manipulate the sex ratios in their broods?
  • Heuck, C. (Bachelor thesis, 2008): Dispersing from refugia: expanding populations of the largest passerine: The Northern Raven (Corvus corax)
  • Cimiotti, D. (Diplomarbeit, 2008): Phylogeographic patterns in the Northern Raven (Corvus corax) across the Western Palaearctic and Greenland: are there several subspecies?