Associate Professor of Biological Sciences
BS, University of Oklahoma
MS, PhD, University of Michigan
Behavioral Ecology and communication of animals
My interests lie in a variety of areas of behavioral ecology, particularly mating strategies, territorality, aggressive mimicry, communication, and alternative strategies and tactics. I am also studying predator-prey interactions that are mediated by underwater, low-frequency pressure waves. I work mainly with water striders, jumping spiders and fish, and work both in the field and the laboratory.
Last Updated: 2/23/15