Andy Sih

Andy Sih portrait

Position Title
Distinguished Professor

2106 Wickson Hall

Andy Sih’s laboratory works on the evolution of ecologically important behaviors (predator-prey, mating, and social behaviors) life history traits, and how these influence population and community ecological patterns,  Most projects examine freshwater organisms e.g., fish amphibian larvae, crayfish, insects and other freshwater invertebrates.  Current applied ecological interests include studying effects of pesticides on predator-prey interactions, and behavioral mechanisms underlying species invasions. 

Andy is part of the graduate groups in Ecology, Animal Behavior, and Population Biology.