Animal Behavior (Bio 3015): syllabus from Spring 2016

General Biology (Bio 2106): syllabus from Spring 2016

Introductory Ecology (Bio 3255): syllabus from Fall 2012

Entomology (Bio 3525): syllabus from Fall 2013

Behavioral Biology (for non-majors): syllabus from Spring 2013

Advanced Topics in Behavioral Ecology (for graduate students): syllabus from Spring 2013


COMPLETED STUDENT THESES/PROJECTS (for more detail, please see my Research Page):

Coonfield, Alissa. 2017. A Tale of Two Cities: the relationship of density and morphology varies among populations of the maritime earwig Anisolabis maritima

Nolan-Tamariz, Michael. 2016. Forceps and foreplay: sexual selection in the maritime earwig, Anisolabis maritima

Dodgen, Rose. 2015. Influential interactions: group dynamics of the maritime earwig (Anisolabis maritima)

Kendall-Bar, Jessica. 2014. Sexual selection by the seashore: mate choice and competition in the maritime earwig (Anisolabis maritima)

Egan, Andrea. 2014. Polyandrous females provide sons with more competitive sperm: Support for the Sexy-Sperm Hypothesis in the Rattlebox Moth (Utetheisa ornatrix)

Walsh, Justin. 2014. Win, Lose, or Draw: Effects of size, sex, and kinship on high-stakes larval contests in the Rattlebox Moth (Utetheisa ornatrix)

Hack, Nicole. 2013. Big wigs and small wigs: the roles of size, sex and shelter in spatial distribution patterns in the maritime earwig (Anisolabis maritima)

Castle, Thomas. 2011. Close encounters of the unkind: the role of male aggression in reproductive isolation between sympatric damselflies (Calopteryx spp.).

Kelly, Caitlin. 2009. Male courtship pheromones are indicators of genetic quality in an Arctiid moth (Utetheisa ornatrix)

Iosue, Frank. 2008. The role of phytochemicals and leaf cushion morphology in host resistance to the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (Adelges tsugae)

 Starks, Bianca. 2005. Male competition and female choice in the California Beach Flea (Megalorchestia californiana).