Betsy Evans is a Summer 2020 graduate of the Integrative Biology Ph.D. program in Environmental Science. Evans served as lead author on a study on wood storks, which was recently published, titled, "Urban food subsidies reduce natural food limitations and reproductive costs for a wetland bird." Read more.
Pursuing a Ph.D. in Geosciences, Andrés Garzón-Oechsle works with faculty member Erik Johanson, Ph.D., in the Environmental Change Lab. Previously, he received a B.A. in Anthropology at Indiana University and an M.A. in Anthropology at FAU. Andrés' research involves understanding the magnitude and intensity of past human occupations in the cloud forests of Manabí in coastal Ecuador.
Pursing a B.S. in Neuroscience and Behavior and a B.S. in Biological Sciences, Kaitlin Waite works with Howard Hock, Ph.D. in the Undergraduate Vision Laboratory. Kaitlin's current research project for her Psychology Honors Thesis focuses on the perception of motion and speed in the visual system and how cortical brain damage can affect these responses.
Pursuing a B.S. in Mathematics with honors and a minor in Economics, Amaury Miniño works with Assistant Professor, Pamela E. Harris, Ph.D., in continuation of his summer Research Experience for Undergraduates. Amaury's current research project involves studying Kostant's weight multiplicity formula for the exception Lie algebra of type G2.
Pursuing his doctorate in Integrative Biology and Neuroscience, Morgan Slevin works with Assistant Professor, Rindy Anderson, Ph.D., in the Behavioral Ecology and Bio-acoustics Lab. Morgan's current project at FAU aims to help understand the relationship between a bird's gut microbiome, its brain, and its overall health. Read more about Morgan at science.fau.edu.
Ph.D. candidate in Integrative Biology, Kate Galloway, goes into detail about her research, her experience at FAU as a biology student and where you can find her exhibit on lionfish in this recent Q and A.
Kaitlin Grell earned a B.S. in Biological Sciences and an Environmental Science certificate from FAU in May of 2019. About a month after she graduated from FAU, and started work with the Walt Disney World Company as an Aquatic Research Intern at the Seas with Nemo & Friends.
Ph.D. candidate in Experimental Psychology, Jacqueline Stotler, goes into detail about her research, her experience at FAU as a psychology student and her pursuits for after graduation in this recent Q and A.