Deanna Soper, Ph.D.


B.S., Trine University
M.B.A. Indiana University, Northwest
Ph.D. Indiana University, Bloomington

Recent Courses

2360 Environmental Science
3347 Evolutionary Biology
3346 Animal Behavior
3326 Ecology

Research Interests

Dr. Soper is interested in the impact of host/parasite coevolution on the evolution of reproduction. She uses a freshwater snail from New Zealand to determine how parasitic infection within populations alters reproductive behavior.  She has also used a seed beetle to determine how male competition influences the evolution of male genital morphology. 
See the link for a talk she presented at the Evolution 2016 conference: