Ross has a background in Zoology and conservation.
Ross' main interests are the conservation of nature, psychology, and Christianity.
Ross wrote on a wide spectrum of subjects at Auburn University, including psychology, philosophy, theater, English, and science.
Ross graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Zoology from Auburn University in 2015 where he wrote many scientific reports and research papers. He has served in two conservation-minded AmeriCorps terms since and has continued to hone his writing skills through personal projects and experiences.
Ross taught Supplemental Instruction (SI) sessions at Auburn University for a History I course. He created presentations for students, handouts, and created mock exams to test students' skills.
Ross gave a powerpoint presentation on the paper titled "Morphological traits determine specialization and resource use in plant-hummingbird networks in the neotropics". The presentation was less focused on elegant writing and more focused on brevity due to the nature of a powerpoint presentation.