About us

Ant Lab Group Photo 2016 We’re a group of students and faculty based at Providence College who are conducting research and promoting community engagement focused on the comparative physiology, collective behavior, and natural history of ants.

Ant Lab Logo by Meredith 2024

Interested in joining the lab?

If you are interested in exploring community engagement and research at the interface of physiology, ecology, and behavior, please join our group! Students from all majors and with all career goals are welcome, including future biologists, journalists, artists, engineers, nurses, musicians, doctors, authors, designers, psychologists, teachers, psychiatrists, economists, historians, chemists, physicists, museum professionals, athletes, mathematicians, and philosophers. We strive to have a diverse lab environment and welcome potential students regardless of race, religion, gender identification, sexual orientation, age, or disability status. As long as you are a creative thinker who is respectful to others, you are welcome here. Most students start by signing up for the BIO 395 Research course.

How to find us

We are members of the Department of Biology at Providence College, and our lab space is located in the new Science Complex, in Albertus Magnus Hall, Room 02-11. Map of Science Complex on campus at Providence College

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