Ke earned his B.S. in wildlife conservation and reserve management from the Beijing Forestry University where he obtained knowledge of wildlife research methods. He has traveled to several Chinese Reserves participating in research on avian species and using infrared cameras to monitor wildlife. His research interests lie within the disciplines of ecology and evolution. He is interested in the interaction between wildlife and their environment and how evolution has shaped these interactions.
Ke graduated and completed his thesis, "Coyote (Canis latrans) Spatial Ecology and Interaction with Cattle (Bos taurus) in the Sub-tropical Rangelands of Florida" in February 2017. He is currently assisting with field work in our program while working on completing a manuscript from his thesis and searching for a PhD program. Ke is planning to apply for a PhD program in the U.S. to continue studying spatial ecology or related research.