Assistant Professor of Biology
Building/Office: Science (SCI) 106L Slot Number: 14
Pablo Bacon is an Arkansas native and received his B.S. in Biology from the University of Arkansas-Monticello in 2007. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Arkansas, where his dissertation research focuses on population and community level approaches to understanding ecological and evolutionary relationships of aquatic insect communities in headwater streams of the Ozark Mountains. Recent research interests have broadened to focus on using population and community habitat modelling approaches to both terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems in the southwestern part of the state. Mr. Bacon is currently developing baseline data for ecological interactions in Dorcheat Bayou and searching for the extirpated, and possibly extinct, Louisiana Pearlshell mussel (Margaritifera hembeli). He is in charge of the B.S. Biology: Wildlife and Conservation option here at SAU, is a faculty sponsor for the SAU Fish and Wildlife club, Biology Club, SAU Bass Fishing Team, and Alpha Gamm Rho fraternity. Mr. Bacon also serves on the National Wild Turkey Federation Arkansas State Board. He teaches Principles of Biology I, Wildlife Ecology, Natural Resources Policy and Administration, Conservation Genetics, Introduction to Biology, Quantitative Wildlife Biology.
- B.S. Biology, University of Arkansas Monticello (2007)
- ABD Biology, University of Arkansas (2012)