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Dr. Dylan Dittrich-Reed

Dittrich-Reed ProfileAdjunct Assistant Professor
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Ph.D., University of Tennessee, 2013, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
BS, University of California, 2005, Evolution and Ecology

Relevant Employment:

Clemson University, Clemson, 2013-2019, Assistant Professor
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 2007-2013, Graduate Teaching Assistant
University of California, Davis, 2005-2007, Research Assistant

Recent Publications:

Kendall, KD, ML Niemiller, DR Dittrich-Reed, EE Schussler, 2014, Helping graduate teaching assistants in biology use student evaluations as professional development. American Biology Teacher 76: 584-588.

Kendall, KD, M Niemiller, DR Dittrich-Reed, LD Chick, L Wilmoth, A Milt, M Burt, N Lopes, L Cantwell, L Rubio, A Allison, and EE Schussler. 2013. Departments can develop teaching identities of graduate students. CBE Life Sciences Education 12: 316-317.

Dittrich-Reed, DR, BM Fitzpatrick. 2012. Transgressive hybrids as hopeful monsters. Evolutionary Biology 40: 310-315.

Pruitt, JN, KW Demes, DR Dittrich-Reed. 2011. Temperature mediates shifts in individual aggressiveness, activity-level, and social behavior in a spider. Ethology 117: 318-325.

Strauss, SY, ML Stanton, NC Emery, CA Bradley, A Carleton, DR Dittrich-Reed, OA Ervin, LN Gray, AM Hamilton, JH Rogge, SD harper, KC Law, VQ Pham, ME Putnam, TM Roth, JH Theil, LM Wells, EM Yoshizuka. 2009. Cryptic seedling herbivory by nocturnal introduced generalists impacts survival, performance of native and exotic plants. Ecology 90: 419-429.