Ashley Bales

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Adjunct Assistant Professor Math and Science 718.636.3764 p Brooklyn Campus, Activity Resource Center LL

Current Course Listing (13)

21/SP-MSCI-270C-01 Environmental Science and Ecology

21/SP-MSCI-270C-02 Environmental Science and Ecology

21/SU-MSCI-270C-01 Environmental Science and Ecology

21/FA-MSCI-270C-01 Environmental Science and Ecology

21/FA-MSCI-270C-02 Environmental Science and Ecology

21/FA-MSCI-363-01 The Anatomy of Motion

21/SU-MSCI-363-01 The Anatomy of Motion

21/FA-MSWI-270C-01 Ecology Environment and Anthropocene

21/FA-MSWI-270C-02 Ecology Environment and Anthropocene

21/SU-MSWI-270C-01 Ecology Environment and Anthropocene

21/SP-MSWI-270C-01 Ecology Environment and Anthropocene

21/SP-MSWI-270C-02 Ecology Environment and Anthropocene

21/SP-MSWI-270C-03 Ecology Environment and Anthropocene


B.A., Biological Anthropology, Arizona State University; M.F.A., Fiction, Southern New Hampshire University; Ph.D., Biological Anthropology, New York University


Dr. Bales' paleoanthropological research centers on the early diversification of apes. She is a morphologist applying total evidence methodologies to the interpretation of the fossil record. As an instructor her teaching is geared towards helping students understand how to integrate biological and ecological concepts into their worldview, challenging them to use evolutionary theory to help situate themselves in our current geologic moment.