Jaime Grace

Jaime Grace

Assistant Professor

    Olin Hall 115
    309-677-3014
   jgrace@bradley.edu

 

Ph.D., Biology, University of Maryland
A.M., Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University
B.A., Biology, University of Kentucky

Biography

Dr. Grace studies the evolution of sexually selected traits in insects, including crickets, fruit flies, and stalk-eyed flies. She has conducted research in such diverse places as Hawaii, Sweden, and Brunei. Her research interests include aggression, mate choice, speciation, and the evolution of sexual dimorphism.

Teaching

BIO 419/519, BIO 102, BIO112

Scholarship

Dr. Grace has published articles in several peer-reviewed journals. For an up-to-date list of her publications along with their citation data, please visit her Google Scholar page:

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=kFrJEsgAAAAJ