Department of Ecology, Evolution, & Organismal Biology

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        Food Webs &                             Hypergraph Ecology

        Mutualism &                             Game Theory

        Plant Competition &                 Plant-Soil Feedbacks


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Antonio J. Golubski

* Important update: As of August 2016, I have relocated to Delaware.  
I remain affiliated with Kennesaw State University, but have transitioned
to a Part-time
Assitant Professor position, and will no longer be accepting
new MS or undergraduate research students.

I'm a theoretical ecologist. Basically, I use equations and computer simulations to
ask questions like: "When should a given trait be advantageous to an organism?"
or "How should a given biological phenomenon affect the properties of an
ecological community?"

The "Main Research Areas" and "Former Lab Members" links to the left describe
some of my ongoing and recent projects.  KSU students who are interested in
Ecology & Evolution should also check out the green links for info on a couple of
weekly Departmental events.

I got my Ph.D. in 2006 from the University of Illinois at Chicago, where my
co-advisors were John Lussenhop and Joel Brown. I then completed a two-year
postdoc with Kay Gross and Gary Mittelbach at Michigan State University's
Kellogg Biological Station, another two-year postdoc with Peter Abrams at 
University of Toronto, and a one-year postdoc with Mercedes Pascual at 
University of Michigan.     

                           Contact info:

                       email:   agolubsk ~:at:~ kennesaw ~:dot:~ edu

     photo credits: ant - Steve Jurveston, aphid - Guido Gerding, beetle - Scott Bauer,
     ectomycorrhizae - Randy Molina, pines - Jsanchezd, nitrate & ammonia - Benjah-bmm27

last updated Sept 10th, 2016


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