Graduate student Sahas Barve has just returned from a long and successful field season studying elevational adaptatation in tits of the western Himalayas.
Irby Lovette, Becca Brunner, and Nick Mason are in Galapagos over Spring Break with the 12 freshmen enrolled in their semester-long Galapagos curriculum: a 5-credit version of the Introductory Evolution course and a 3-credit Freshman Writing Seminar.
Postdoc Scott Taylor just gave a seminar on his hybrid zone research at the Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales “Bernardino Rivadavia” in Buenos Aries, Argentina
Kate is spending the Fall semester at sea, first collecting fishes aboard NOAA Ship H.B. Bigelow off the east coast of the USA, then traveling to the east coast of Australia to collect Pacific Ocean fish samples.
Nick Mason just returned from a successful research trip to the Imperial Valley of California, where he was studying local adaptation in horned larks.
Lutz, H. L.,Weckstein, J. D., Engel, J. I., Bates, J. M., Hackett, S. J. 2013. Evolution and diversity of malarial parasites in the African tropics, presented at Makerere University Department of Biological Sciences Symposium on Afrotropical Biodiversity, Kampala, Uganda.