Brian Haney, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Biology
Ph.D., Arizona State University
B.S., Trinity University
Areas of Interest
- Urban insect ecology
- Social insect ecology
- Behavioral ecology
- Evolution of cooperation
- Social complexity
- Climate change
- NYC Pollinator Project
- BIOL 112 General Biology Lecture II
- BIOL 112 General Biology Laboratory II
- BIOL 223 Ecology
- BIOL 326 Animal Behavior
- BIOL 310, 410 Research in Biology
- BIOL 360/460 Independent Study in Biology
- BIOL 404 Biological Colloquium
Animal Behavior Society
International Union for the Study of Social Insects
Ecological Society of America
Haney, B. R., & Fewell, J. H. Ecological drivers and reproductive consequences of non‑kin cooperation by ant queens. Oecologia, 187(3), 643-655. (2018).
Haney, B.R. Ecological Drivers and Reproductive Consequences of Queen Cooperation in the California Harvester Ant Pogonomyrmex Californicus. Ph.D. Dissertation, Arizona State University (2017).
Cooper, K.M., Haney, B., Krieg, A., & Brownell, S. E. What’s in a Name? The Importance of Students Perceiving That an Instructor Knows Their Names in a High-Enrollment Biology Classroom. CBE-Life Sciences Education, 16(1), ar8. (2017).
Shaffer, Z., Sasaki, T., Haney, B., Janssen, J., Pratt, S.C., Fewell, J.H. The foundress’s dilemma: group selection for cooperation among queens of the harvester ant, Pogonomyrmex californicus. Scientific Reports, 6, 29828 (2016).
Pope, Denise S., Haney, B. “Interspecific signalling competition between two hood-building fiddler crab species, Uca latimanus and U. musica musica.” Animal Behaviour, 76.6. 2037-048. (2008)