Sarah Princiotta, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Biology
Coordinator, Honors Program
Classroom Building, 201B
Preferred method of contact is email.

Sarah DeVaul Princiotta is an aquatic microbial ecologist with training in phycology. She received her B.S. and Ph.D., both in biology, from Temple University. Following her graduate studies, Dr. Princiotta served as the Director of Research and Education at Lacawac Sanctuary and Biological Field Station (Lake Ariel, PA). She completed postdoctoral work on plankton dynamics along a land-use gradient at Hancock Biological Station (Murray State University, KY).

Plankton community dynamics

Cyanobacteria blooms

Algal physiology

Freshwater ecosystems

Biotic interactions

Water quality

Ph.D., Biology - Temple University

B.S., Biology - Temple University