Andrew T. Ross

Research Assistant, Energy and Environmental Sustainability Laboratories

Andrew is a Penn State graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Wildlife and Fisheries Science and is pursuing his master’s degree in that program at Penn State. His thesis work is centered around the morphology of both Largemouth and Spotted Bass and cross-examining the two species. Andrew’s research has been built upon from work with endangered species candidate reintroduction via aquaculture, movement tracking, and community interactions. Additionally, he has over 4 years of experience with microCT scanning and analysis including segmentation and morphometrics of fishes. When not working or sleeping, Andrew enjoys maintaining his saltwater aquaria, four-wheeling in his Jeep, and working on cars with his friends.