Adjunct Assistant Professor ES&P
Associate Director, Cofrin Center for Biodiversity
Emphases or Area of Research: Aquatic ecology, animal behavior, evolution of dormancy, evolution of mating systems. Current research: mating behavior of Eulimnadia texana, an androdioecious shrimp.
Education: B.S. (1984) University of Wisconsin-Madison; M.S. (1989) New Mexico State; Ph.D. (1997) University of Georgia