Department of Biology
Susan Meek, Ph.D.
B.Sc. Hons., Acadia University
M.Sc., Acadia University
Ph.D., Queen’s University
I have been teaching part-time at Saint Mary's University since September 2003. I have taught Biostatistics, both face-to-face and online, Ecology, Evolution and the Behavioural Ecology Labs.
My research has been in the field of behavioural ecology. Past projects include:
- Resource dispersion, territoriality and mating success in damselflies
- Parental care, monogamy and mate-guarding in eastern bluebirds
- Recognition of male song by female white throated sparrows
- Coloniality and mating strategies in cliff swallows
- Foraging strategies of hummingbirds