PhD student Colorado State University

College of Natural Sciences Biology at Colorado State University. My general research focus is behavioral ecology. I use experimental manipulations to understand underling concepts of behavior. Currently, I’m studying the effects of nutritional stress on the foraging behavior of honey bees on the individual and colony levels.

I grew up in northeastern Pennsylvania. I received my BS in Biology from the University of New Hampshire. I had a concentration in ecology, evolution and behavior and a minor in statistics. My senior thesis was on the social behavior of mantled howler monkeys, which I studied in Honduras.