Dr. Heather Arnett

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Dr. Heather Arnett

Visiting Assistant Professor of Ecology/ School of Biodiversity Conservation

Dr. Heather Arnett - Visiting Assistant Professor of Ecology at Unity College
Phone: 207-509-7249
Email: harnett@unity.edu
Office: Founders Hall South

Dr. Heather Arnett, Visiting Assistant Professor of Ecology, comes to us from the University of Maine where she served as an Instructor of Biology. Dr. Arnett holds a Ph.D. and M.S in Ecology and Environmental Ecology from the University of Maine, and a B.S. in Biology from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Dr. Arnett has 5 years of combined lecture and laboratory teaching experience at the college level specializing in Introductory Biology, Vertebrate Biology and Anatomy and Physiology. Additionally, Dr. Arnett has a number of peer reviewed publications, conference presentations and grants and awards. Dr. Arnett’s current research focuses on eco-evolutionary dynamics and phenotypic plasticity of invasive fish. Dr. Arnett will be teaching Biology: Diversity of Life, Entomology and Ecology of Freshwater Fish classes this fall.