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Howell Honors research presentation

Howell Honors research presentation

Last week Bailey Howell wrapped up her honors project on urban and forest anoles, presenting her project over zoom to her peers and committee members! Check out the video of...

Student Update

Student Update

As this chaotic semester winds to a close, I hope everyone has figured out how to adjust to their new routines. I am excited to report some exciting updates for my student Bailey Howell! Her NSF GRFP project (written in conduction with Josef Uyeda) received an...

Spring Updates

Spring Updates

Its been a crazy semester so far, and that’s even before all the corona chaos! I’m very excited to announce that we’ve been able to find a couple little pieces of funding to support teaching, outreach, and research! We received a small grant from the Society for the...

January travel for WCH and SICB

January travel for WCH and SICB

December and January were busy months!  Late December, I went to New Zealand to attend the World Congress of Herpetology conference, an international conference that only happens every four years. Traveling with Maggie Haines, we rented a camper van and “tramped”...

Upcoming open source biology 101 course

Upcoming open source biology 101 course

I am excited to learn that my proposal to update our general biology 101 course here at the W to use all open source material was approved by the University of Mississippi Open Education Resource Z-Degree project, which is supported by the William and Flora Hewlett...