Departmental TF in Organismic and Evolutionary Biology
Kira is a fifth-year student in Organismic and Evolutionary Biology. She studies the way a certain group of animal colonies (Bryozoans) divide labor such that colony members specialize in a range of tasks such as feeding, defense, and colony structure. She's inspired by the sheer diversity of life forms on earth (did you know that invertebrates make up 97% of all animal diversity?) to study and teach biology. In her free time you can find her poking around in tidepools, riding her bike, or playing fiddle music on her cello.