Classes taught by Anna Dornhaus

Fall 2016

ECOL280 (each Fall): Sociobiology and the evolution of cooperation
(Gen Ed NATS class)

ECOL419/519: Introduction to Modeling Methods in Biology. Co-taught with Joanna Masel. (for advanced undergraduates and graduate students)

HRNS 195I-005: Complex systems in biology, engineering, and social science: connectedness, network analysis, and an introduction to modeling. (Honors' freshman colloquium)

Previous semesters

The classes below may be taught again in future semesters - if you are interested please contact me directly.

ECOL496H/596H: Complex Systems and Networks (for advanced undergraduates and graduate students; lectures and student presentations)

ECOL497S/597S: Topics in Social Insect Biology
(for advanced undergraduates and graduate students; seminar with student presentations & discussion)

ECOL467/567: Pollination ecology
(for advanced undergraduates and graduate students; seminar with student presentations & discussion)

ECOL496V/596V: Topics in Animal Behavior and Cognition
(for advanced undergraduates and graduate students; lectures and student presentations)

ECOL195G: Edges of Life
(for undergraduates; accompanies the College of Science lecture series)

HRNS195I-013: Where does intelligence come from? What biology, science, and insects can teach us. (Honors' freshman colloquium)

HRNS195I-012: Complex Systems: What Ants, Brains, Traffic, and Markets Have in Common. (Honors' freshman colloquium)