Scott is a graduate of The University of Montana Wildlife Biology program and has 14 years experience managing the research colonies for the University. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. from the Division of Biological Sciences at The University of Montana. His research focuses on the movement of pollinators through the environments and the ecological patterns that influence their plant choices. He, of course, uses the Honey bee as the model species for this research. He has extensive expertise with honey bee ailments and pests, as well as an intimate knowledge of the insects that he is eager to pass on to others.