About CANDACE Low
At SF State Since:
Dr. Low is interested in the evolution of behavioral and social strategies and impacts on ecological dynamics. Her areas of expertise are experimental design and statistics, plant-herbivore-enemy systems, and the economics of interactions (game theory and evolution). Some of the courses that she has taught at SFSU are: Animal Diversity, Biometry, Conservation Biology, Ecology, and Entomology. She received her doctoral degree from the Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology at U.C. Santa Barbara. She is currently teaching biological statistics and data visualization and analytics in the Biology Department and at the Estuary and Ocean Sciences Center, respectively; and serves as the Advisor for the SFSU Student Chapter of the Wildlife Society.