Des’Rea Dible is a Creative Lead at University College here at ASU and a Visual Communication Design major from Fort Peck, Montana. She has a passion for bringing ideas to life through various media such as print and UX/UI. With an aptitude for problem-solving, she enjoys illustrating, animating, and working with 3D programs. In her free time, she finds enjoyment in playing video games and spending time with her significant other, Jacob, and their cats, Mowgli and Goose. With graduation approaching in May 2023, Des is eager to utilize her skills and continue pursuing their passion for visual communication.
Colony Collapse Disorder
Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) is a phenomenon that occurs when a majority of worker bees in a honeybee colony disappear, leaving behind the queen and immature bees. The exact cause of CCD is unknown, but it is believed to be caused by a combination of factors including pesticide exposure, habitat loss, climate change, and disease. The impact of CCD on our world is significant, as honeybees play a crucial role in pollinating crops that provide one-third of the world’s food supply. Without bees, our food system would be greatly affected, leading to decreased food production and increased food prices. Additionally, the loss of bees would have a negative impact on biodiversity and the environment as a whole.