Natural Sciences Faculty

Tom Sarro

Professor of Biology


Bachelor of Science, Fairleigh Dickinson University
Master of Science, Fairleigh Dickinson University
Doctor of Philosophy, New York University

Office: Aquinas Hall, 250-C
Office Hours: M/W/F: 8:30–9 am, 10:15–11:30 am, 1:30–2:30 pm; TH by appointment only.
Phone: 845-569-3132


Bio 103 Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Bio 408 Ecology


Professor Sarro's doctoral studies concentrated on population biology. Under the mentoring of Dr. Calvin and Linda Heusser, he wrote a dissertation on the reconstruction of the vegetation of Japan during the last 80,000 years.

Professor Sarro is involved in a number of ornithological studies taking place at the Mohonk Preserve. These include spring/summer breeding bird censuses, Christmas Bird Count, fall hawk migration, and breeding studies on Peregrine Falcons.

Professor Sarro is also continuing several long term vegetation studies at the Preserve. He currently is a member or serves on:

  • The Research Committee of the Mohonk Preserve
  • The New York State Floral Association
  • The Long Island Botanical Society
  • The Human Anatomy and Physiology Society
Thomas Sarro