About CANDACE Low
At SF State Since:
I am interested in the evolution of behavioral strategies and impacts on population dynamics. My areas of expertise are the economics of interactions (game theory and evolution), plant-insect-enemy systems, and experimental design and statistics. Some of the courses that I've taught are Animal Diversity, Biometry, Conservation Biology, Ecology, and Entomology. I received my doctoral degree from the Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology at U.C. Santa Barbara, and master's degree from the Department of Biology at San Francisco State University. I currently hold an appointment as an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Biology Department and serve as the campus advisor for the student chapter of the Wildlife Society.