Sarah is interested in how animals respond behaviorally to novel habitats. Her current research focuses are song sparrow responses to urban areas and the heritability and potential adaptive value of aggression. Sarah is also adjunct faculty at Radford University.
Angela is interested in understanding how species adapt to environmental stressors. Her previous work involved biogeography and evolution of rodents. Angela is currently studying the evolution of toxin resistance in birds, lizards, and snakes.
Maeghan is a junior double-majoring in Wildlife Conservation and English Literature. Her research interests are behavioral ecology and coevolution.
Tyler is a senior majoring in Biological Sciences and minoring in Chemistry. His main research interests are molecular biology, evolutionary genetics, and evolutionary medicine. His research project involves the evolution of sodium channels in snakes. Tyler plans to pursue medical school after graduation.
John Abramyan, currently Assistant Professor, University of Michigan-Dearborn
Eric Wice, currently Ph.D. student, Rice University
Emily Watts, currently Ph.D. Student, Ohio University