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Current Graduate Students

Lisa Hebenstreit Population demography of the State Threatened Illinois Chorus Frog in Southwestern Illinois
Chris Huff Trail camera survey of deer gut piles
Candice Johnson A Comparison of Feeding and Jumping in the Northern Leopard Frog, Lithobates pipiens
Stacia Novy Claw and bill morphometrics in a clade of neotropical raptors
Corrinne O'Brien Population demography of the State Threatened Eastern Narrowmouth Toad in Southwestern Illinois
Roma Patel Ontogeny of body shape and diet in Freshwater Drum (Aplodinotus
grunniens
)
Dan Suffian Ex situ conservation in cold-water amphibians
Ashley Wells Cranial morphometrics in vespertilionid bats
Larry Werner Hibernation ecology in the Rocky Mountain Tailed Frog (Ascaphus montanus).

 

Former Graduate Students

Andrew Bulla Speed effects in snake locomotion.  Andrew is currently conducting small mammal research in the Ozarks for the Missouri Department of Conservation.
Loren Dunham Habitat Modeling and Demography in Flying Squirrels.  Loren is currently employed by Americorps as a crew leader conducting biodiversity surveys at Bentsen Rio Grande Valley State Park in Southern Texas.
Paul Le

Avian Habitat Use in a Chronosequence of Bottomland Hardwood Forest Restoration Sites.  Paul is currently a doctoral student at the University of Colorado-Denver.

Hollie Lybarger

Detection of Heavy Metals in Rocky Mountain Tailed Frog (Ascaphus montanus) tadpoles near abandoned mines in Northern Idaho.  Hollie is currently an instructor at the College of Coastal Georgia.

Jamay Michael

A Comparison of Aquatic and Terrestrial Landing in Leiopelmatid and Lalagobatrachian Frogs.  Jamay is currently living in Texas and working on publishing her research.

John Wendler

Geometric Morphometric Analysis of Pelvic Shape in Kangaroo Rats (Genus Dipodomys).  John recently finished a second B.S. degree in Computer Science at SIUE.

Travis Wood

Effects of prescribed burning on grassland avifauna at Riverlands Migratory Bird Sanctuary.  Travis is a senior biologist at United Industries in St. Louis.

 

Current Undergraduate Students

  • Jason Andre
  • Zack Ladson
  • Tyler Schiffman
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