Dr. Heather Arnett
Visiting Assistant Professor of Ecology/ School of Biodiversity Conservation
Dr. Heather Arnett, Visiting Assistant Professor of Ecology, comes to us from the University of Maine where she served as an Instructor of Biology. Dr. Arnett holds a Ph.D. and M.S in Ecology and Environmental Ecology from the University of Maine, and a B.S. in Biology from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Dr. Arnett has 5 years of combined lecture and laboratory teaching experience at the college level specializing in Introductory Biology, Vertebrate Biology and Anatomy and Physiology. Additionally, Dr. Arnett has a number of peer reviewed publications, conference presentations and grants and awards. Dr. Arnett’s current research focuses on eco-evolutionary dynamics and phenotypic plasticity of invasive fish. Dr. Arnett will be teaching Biology: Diversity of Life, Entomology and Ecology of Freshwater Fish classes this fall.