As we wrap up the semester, a couple things to note… Congrats to undergrad Courtney Hayes for winning theLaFuze Scholarship presented by the EKU Department of Biological Sciences, and also a big thanks to all the folks that braved the rain at the EKU Family Nature Day this past weekend (esp. Alex Baecher and Kelly Watson for the pics). It was a wet time, but we were still able to ‘bug out’ under the pavilion at EKU’s Maywoods Natural Area!
Courtney Hayes and Carson McNamara recently participated in EKU’s UP Showcase for Spring 2017. Big congrats to both of them; their posters were well-received! Carson’s poster won ‘Best M.S.’ entry!
Find the news segment on the emergence of Eastern Tent Caterpillars here!
Our lab recently attended the annual meeting of the Southeastern Bat Diversity Network & Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern U.S. We had a great time attending this conference in Asheville, NC!
Our group was luck enough for the opprotunity to present at this conference in Washington DC in the workshop, ‘LiDAR and Transportation: Field Applications and Practical Implication.’ Check out the session particulars here!
Our lab recently attended the annual meeting of the KY Bat Working Group at Rough River Dam State Resort Park, where Rachael and Shelby gave research presentations!
A big congratulations to Rachael Griffitts, who recently defended her M.S. thesis!