Each year, the Ecology & Evolution group awards mini research grants to E&E graduate students. These presentations showcase the research that they conducted using the funds. This is the first of the two part series.
- Foraging Ecology of Coendou prehensilis.
Megan Garfinkel -
Examining bird-mediated trophic interactions within a mixed agriculture and prairie landscape.
Valentina Gomez - Correlated evolution among migratory behavior, feather morphology and mate choice in the Fork-tailed Flycatcher.
Todd Widhelm - Long-distance dispersal of symbiotic systems: Biogeography of Pseudocyphellaria glabra.