Feminist Lenses for Animal Interaction Research Lab

Principal Investigator: Ambika Kamath

Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

University of Colorado Boulder

Our Work
We no longer study fan-throated lizards but maybe again someday!

We study and teach about how and why animals interact with one another and with their environments, and the ecological and evolutionary consequences of these interactions. Our overarching goal is to understand how behavior both shapes and is shaped by ecological and evolutionary forces. We also take seriously the idea that human identities, perspectives and biases influence and are influenced by animal behavior. Read more here!

Ambika with her theodolite in FL. Theodolites are 🔥

Learn more our lab members here!

Core Values
Silhouettes and sunsets are conducive to contemplation

We are building this lab group with intention: learn more about our core values here!

We’re in EBIO @ CU Boulder
  • Read more about the department here.
  • Learn about requirements for admission into the grad program here.
  • Please read this page and contact Ambika Kamath accordingly, if you’re interested in joining the lab!

Get In Touch:

ambika.kamath [at] colorado [dot] edu

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