College of Science Professor Shares Her Knack for Insects

Bumble bees on a purple flower, hidden in the grass - Christian Cagni, Unsplash
Sara Hammond, UA College of Science

Since fifth grade Dr. Anna Dornhaus, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology in the College of Science, knew she would become a biology professor. Today through her research, she illuminates the ways in which ants, honey bees and bumble bees solve problems as a group. Dr. Dornhaus shares her insect behavior wisdom via her college classes and elementary school outreach.