William T. Keeton was a Professor of Biology at Cornell University from 1958 until his death in 1980. He was a member of the Section of Neurobiology and Behavior of the Division of Biological Sciences 1965-1980. Keeton was well known at Cornell for the excitement and enthusiasm that he brought to the teaching of Introductory Biology, and for his discoveries into the mechanisms of bird navigation through the use of homing pigeons.
Walcott, Charles (Videographer); Cooke, J. Robert (Producer) (The Internet-First University Press, 2008-09-26)
Greatly enhanced residential housing for undergraduate students has been provided on West Campus with the houses being named in honor of distinguished members of the Cornell faculty. William T. Keeton, Liberty Hyde Bailey Professor, renowned researcher of pigeon behavior and universally admired and respected teacher of the introductory courses in biology is honored by this naming.
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