CCU Eyes on Biology lecture focuses on insect mating
The speaker for the event is Mary Crowe, associate professor of biology at Coastal, Crowes primary research interest is the behavior of ghost and fiddler crabs, and she has always maintained a special interest in insects, particularly butterflies. She teaches a variety of courses at Coastal, including animal behavior. Crowe earned a Ph.D. from Northern Illinois University and she has served on the Coastal faculty for eight years.
For more information, contact Coastals Department of Biology at 349-2238.