We developed a lesson plan for secondary science teachers about predicting amphibian migrations. We welcome teachers to use it as part of their ecology/environmental science curriculum.
Emily Baczyk, a high school student working in our lab, won 2nd place in Life Sciences at the CT Science & Engineering Fair, qualifying her to represent CT at the 2013 Intel International Science & Engineering Fair, the top science competition for high school students in the world.
For her project, Emily learned how to code in Matlab and developed original theory predicting how food webs will respond to climate change. Way to go, Emily!
See our new paper in Evolution on microgeographic adaptation in salamanders
Congratulations to Heidi Golden for successfully passing her General Exam!
See our new op-ed on the President’s election and leading on climate change
The Faculty of 1000 recommended one of our papers
Congratulations to Jessie Rack for successfully passing her General Exam!
We are excited to welcome a new post-doc, Jonathan Richardson, to the lab
Welcome to Nicole Freidenfelds as our new lab manager
See our Nature Climate Change article about eco-evolutionary responses of biodiversity to climate change
See our Science Perspective on why trophic interactions might be more sensitive to climate change
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