Dolly Crawford
Dr. Dolly Crawford
Assistant Professor of Biology
325, Kettering Science Center
Dr. Dolly Crawford
Assistant Professor of Biology


  • Joined Ashland University in 2014 and teaches courses in anatomy and physiology, general biology, field zoology, geographical information systems and vertebrate biology
  • Students in the Crawford Lab explore a variety of questions related to wildlife ecology and animal physiology with the ultimate goal of research being to present and publish scientific studies that help “move the needle” on our understanding of animal ecology and physiology
  • Research conducted in lab is suited to student researchers that are pursuing careers in wildlife sciences, veterinary practice or human medicine -- testing hypotheses using the latest technologies, including geographical information systems (GIS) to map wild animal populations, GoPro video camera technology to record animal behavior and metabolic chambers to measure respiratory dynamics


University of New Mexico, Ph.D. in Biology
University of Colorado – Boulder, M.S. in Museum & Field Studies
Mansfield University of Pa., B.A. in Biology