Where am I?

Shannon Rapp

I teach Plant Biology in the fall and Field Ecology in the Spring, as well as an occasional section of Introduction to Life Science. 

My past research focused on the study and methods of evalutating foraging behavior. I am currently exploring ways to examine the same behaviors in plants. I am also interested in how organisms make foraging and survival decisions based on fear.

I also serve as the department's Lab Prep Assistant, Greenhouse manager, and Supervisor for our work-study students. Current or prospective work-study students may contact me about working in one of these areas.

I care about public understanding of science, and I have previously held positions with the Saint Louis Science Center, Saint Louis Zoo, and Mad Science of St. Louis.

Office: AB 322 | 314-889-4532 | email | @srapp707

In the media:

Zombie Camp! Summer 2013

Monsanto Visits Fontbonne Greenhouse