Keefe Reuther

at Rady School of Management


  • Rady School of Management




Rady School of Management

Keefe Reuther received undergraduate degrees from the University of California Berkeley in Integrative Biology and Geology. This is where he began research in the evolution of social behavior by studying reproductive and aggressive behavior in East African lake cichlid fishes. After taking a year off to pursue research full time, he began his Ph.D. program in ecology, evolution, and systematics at Saint Louis University. His dissertation examined the Japanese pavement ant, an invasive species of ant in the St. Louis, MO metropolitan area. In order to understand the dynamics of an incipient ant invasion, he used methods in behavioral and ecological research as well experiments in computer modeling and population genetics. After graduation he moved to San Diego, where he decided to take his passion for biology and focus on teaching full-time. For the past four years he has been a lecturer at National University, in the San Diego Community College system, and at UCSD where he teaches classes at both the undergraduate and graduate level in general biology, environmental science, evolution, ecology, comparative anatomy, genetics, and molecular biology. When he is not teaching, he enjoys running with his rat terrier and Doberman, competing in triathlons and backpacking.

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