Codey Mathis

Codey Mathis

  • Ph.D. Candidate
  • Student Outreach Coordinator
W236 Millennium Science Complex
University Park, PA 16802

Areas of Expertise

  • plant-pollinator networks; specimen identification; habitat surveys; flower identification; quantitative analysis


  • Ph.D. candidate in Entomology
  • MSc. in Biology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania - 2022
  • BSc. in Fisheries and Wildlife from Oregon State University - 2014

Codey Mathis is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Entomology at Penn State University. Her research focuses on improving our understanding of plant-pollinator communities to better inform the conservation of these important insects, as well as critically evaluating existing monitoring methodologies. Mathis received her Master’s in Biology at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania where she studied pollinator communities in timber harvests, and her bachelor’s in Fisheries and Wildlife at Oregon State University. She is from the Pacific Northwest and enjoys hiking with her beagle, reading books about epic fantasy and science history, and volunteering at a local wildlife center.