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Patricia A. Grove
Patricia Grove Director of the Division of Natural Sciences
Professor of Biology

Ph.D., City University of New York
M.Phil., City University of New York
M.A., City College of New York
B.S., College of Mount Saint Vincent

Areas of Interest
  • Animal behavior
  • Ecology of the Hudson River
  • Remote sensing and habitat assessment for promoting biodiversity

  • BIOL 111 General Biology I
  • BIOL 112 General Biology II 
  • BIOL 223 Ecology
  • BIOL 310 Research in Biology
  • BIOL 326 Animal Behavior 
  • BIOL 360, 460 Independent Study in Biology
  • BIOL 375, 475 Internship  
  • INTG 345 Bioethics 
Research Interests
Dr. Grove’s academic interests are multifarious, ranging from animal behavior to women in science. Other interest areas include strategies for teaching and learning biology at the college level and the use of computers and multimedia in education.

External Professional Affiliations
Animal Behavior Society (ABS)
Ecological Society of America (ESA)
National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT)
National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)
Sigma Xi

Recent Publications
Grove, P.A. 2011. Why should our students study animal behavior? [Guest Editorial]. American Biology Teacher 73(4):206.

Kendler, B. S., and P. A. Grove. 2005. Biological effects of static magnetic fields. Journal of College Science Teaching 34(4):44–7.

Kendler, B. S., and P.A. Grove, 2004. Problem-based learning in the biology curriculum. American Biology Teacher 5:348–55.