Lecturer in Biology
B.S. - University of Virginia

M.S. - University of Michigan

Phone - 540-568-6135
Fax - 540-568-3333
Office - Bioscience 1016F

Office Hours

Courses:   Organisms (BIO 114)

Research Interests:  Ecology of small mammals. 

My thesis research was an investigation of spatial use by red squirrels, Tamiasciurus hudsonicus, in lower Michigan. Although I no longer actively research mammals, they are still my primary area of interest.

I have been teaching and coordinating Introductory Biology labs for the last 20 years. In addition to teaching in the Organisms course I also coordinate all of the Organisms labs. On a voluntary basis, I lead elementary student groups in various Biology activities.

Hurney, C., Pesce, A., and S. Babcock.  2010. Organisms: Laboratory Manual for Bio 114.  Pearson Custom Publishing.

Sexton, O.J., J.F. Douglass, R.R. Bloye and A. Pesce.  1982. Thirteen-fold change in population size of Peromyscus leucopus. Canadian Journal of Zoology 60:2224-2225.

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