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Kaylynne Glover
PhD Candidate, Biology
My interests broadly encompasses the biology of what makes us human: our reproductive behavior, from signaling fertility to the underpinnings of sexually coercive behavior; our social structure and cultural systems and how biology influences our incredibly plastic behavior; and how we process information that may contradict our biases (and how to circumvent these biases). I'm also deeply interested at the intersection of science and the public and work actively in bridging the gap between seemingly disparate communities. 
Contact Information
PhD University of Kentucky (In Progress)
MA Biology, Arkansas State University, 2010
BSE Life/Earth Science, University of Central Arkansas, Summa cum Laude 2007
Research Interests
  • Evolution of Human Reproductive Behavior
  • Evolution of Primate Social Structure
  • Intersection of Biology and Culture
  • Effective Methods of Teaching Evolution in a Religious Context
  • Scientific Public Policy and Education
  • Biology