Ann B. Mayo, BS; MS; MDiv; ThM
|Life Sciences||Tarrant County College|
Area:myrmecology, ecology, Pogonomyrmex, behavioral ecology
As an undergraduate I studied under Dr. William A. Shear (Hampden-Sydney College). I completed my MS under Dr. Frederick A. Coyle (Western Carolina University). I am currently completing my PhD under Dr. Daniel Formanowicz (University of Texas at Arlington).
I have a student profile at the Univeristy of Texas-Arlington under Faculty Profiles (uta.edu). I list this link as a homepage.
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|William (Bill) A. Shear||research assistant||1979-1984||Hampden-Sydney College|
|(Dr. Shear interested me in evolution, spiders, and behavior when I was an undergraduate. I did my first research project under his direction.)|
|Frederick A. Coyle||grad student||1984-1989||Western Carolina University|
|(Dr. Coyle directed my MS thesis on the burrow and door construction behavior of some mygalomorph spiders.)|
|Daniel R. Formanowicz||grad student||2005-2012||University of Texas-Arlington|
|(Dr. Formanowciz is currently my research adviser for the PhD in qunatitative biology at the University of Texas-Arlington.)|