Author, Professor Emeritus, Geneticist
Professor Emeritus Robert Page joined Arizona State University in 2004, after retiring as Professor and Chair Emeritus at the University of California Davis, to be founding director of the School of Life Sciences. He served as provost of Arizona State University (2013-2015) and dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (2011-2013).
His research on honey bee behavior and genetics is outlined in his publications:
- “Queen Rearing and Bee Breeding” (1997, with Harry H. Laidlaw),
- "The Spirit of the Hive,” Harvard University Press (2013) and
- "The Art of the Bee", Oxford University Press (2020)
His 230+ research papers have been cited more than 20,000+ times). He is an elected member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Brazilian Academy of Science, Leopoldina -- the German National Academy of Science, and the California Academy of Science. He was awarded the Humboldt Research Prize, is an elected Fellow of the Entomological Society of America, and recipient of the both the Eastern and Western Apicultural Society Research Awards.
Professor Page retired in 2019.
May 31, 2021
Today, we invite Dr. Robert E. Page, Jr. to the podcast to talk about his research on honey bee genetics and his new book, The Art Of The Bee. Shaping the environment from Landscapes to Societies. Rob is an Emeritus professor at both Arizona...