By Emily A. LeeProfessor of Biology, George Washington UniversityI am a professor of biology at George Washington.
I have been a biology professor for 11 years and have taught undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral courses in a variety of biological and developmental disciplines.
I specialize in understanding the evolutionary history of human populations, their interactions with one another, and the origins of human traits.
My main research interests are the origins and evolution of species and populations.
I am currently writing a book about how people learn to love animals and animals learn to hate humans.
I also write about the science of learning and teaching.
I enjoy reading about new technologies and ways to make our world a better place.
I am currently on a research fellowship to study how social network platforms affect students’ learning.