Education and Training
BA - Biology, Arcadia University, Glenside, PA
MS - Biology, St. Joseph's University, Philadelphia, PA
Titles and Academic Titles
Departments and Services
Blanc, Sukey; Cox, Tara.; Clark, Alexis L.; McCreedy, Dale. Integrating STEM into Afterschool: Lessons Learned for Educators In and Out of School. (2018). Connected Science Learning.
Way, Greg; Kiesel, Alexis L.; Snekser, Jennifer L.; Ruhl, Nathan; McRobert, Scott P. Sex differences in a shoaling-boldness behavioral syndrome, but no link to aggression. (2015). Behavioural Processes.
Way, Greg; Kiesel, Alexis L.; Ruhl, Nathan; Snekser, Jennifer L.; McRobert, Scott P. A comparison of methodologies to test aggression in zebrafish. (2015). Zebrafish.
Kiesel, Alexis L.; Snekser, Jennifer L.; Ruhl, Nathan; McRobert, Scott P. Behavioural Syndromes and Shoaling: connections between aggression, boldness and social behaviour in three different Danios. (2012).Behaviour.
Kiesel, Alexis L. & McRobert, Scott P. Anxiety, aggression, and social behavior in zebrafish. (2012). Advances in Zoological Research, Vol. 5. Owen P. Jenkins, Editor. Nova Publishers
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