Adrienne Lee received her M.S. in Biology and her B.Sc. degree in Ecology, Behavior, and Evolution from the University of California, San Diego. As a Master’s student in the Holway lab, she studied the effects of pollinator diversity loss and species invasions on plant-pollinator interaction networks in coastal sage scrub habitats across San Diego County.
Adrienne is broadly interested in ecological interactions, global change impacts, conservation of biodiversity, and life history applications. She is also extremely passionate about teaching, as she had the pleasure of serving as a teaching assistant at UCSD for 5 academic quarters.