Dylan Grubb was born and raised in Tallahassee, Florida. He is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in biology. His passion for spreading education about the resourcefulness and wonders of insects has led him to study and expand outreach in entomology. Dylan has previously researched the potential to use termites as a source of poultry feed and is currently researching the partitioning behavior of Sceliphron caementarium under the guidance of Dr. Barbara Sharanowski. He plans to obtain his M.S. in Entomology and become an insect museum curator.
Barbara Sharanowski Ph.D.
M.S. in Entomology
Entomology, Taxonomy, Agriculture
Grubb, Dylan, "Dylan Grubb" (2018). UCF Research and Mentoring Program Scholars. 73.