Nicole Miller-Struttmann is an assistant professor of biological sciences at Webster University in St. Louis. She is an ecologist and educator dedicated to engaging the public in science. Her research centers on the ecology and evolution of plant-pollinator interactions. Recent projects include bumble bee trait evolution in response to long-term climate change; development of non-invasive survey techniques for pollinators; and pollination and habitat specialization in rare and common plant species. Dr. Miller-Struttman received her PhD in evolution, ecology and population biology from Washington University in St. Louis and her undergraduate degree in biology from Loyal Unviersity in Chicago.  She has been interviewed by The Atlantic, Nature, BBC Radio and The Washington Post.



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