Hope Klug co-teaches UHON 3560 - Topics in Natural Science: Controversies in Science. In her own research, she studies mating systems, social interaction, and parental
effort and their links to patterns of sexual selection, life-history, and the ways
in which the environment shapes the evolution of different sexes. She is particularly
focused on the selective pressures that give rise to different mating systems, patterns
of sexual selection, and behavior. In practice, she uses a combination of field and
laboratory observation, manipulative experiments, and mathematical modeling to advance
and test theory.