I’ve had the great fortune to work with many amazing undergraduates during my postdoc at Emory University and my PhD at Indiana University. I introduce a few of them below.
Helena Baffoe-Bonnie: 2017-2018, Emory University, honors thesis student (summa cum laude); now an NIH IRTA fellow at NIDA
Dilys Osei: 2018, Emory University, volunteer; starting her medical degree at the Medical College of Georgia
Raythe Owens: 2018, Emory University, volunteer, currently a junior at Emory
Julie Lin: 2016-2017, Emory University, research credit; now an optometry student at SUNY College of Optometry
Arooj Khalid: 2017-2018, Emory University, volunteer; now teaching elementary school with Teach for America
Kayla Stoy: 2012-2014; Indiana University, honors thesis student (recipient of Outstanding Honors Thesis Award). Kayla and I co-authored two publications together (Evolution 2015, JEB 2018), and she wrote a lay summary about our work for ScienceBreaker. Now an NSF-GRFP graduate student with Nicole Gerardo and Levi Morran at Emory University
Peyton Joachim: 2013-2015, Indiana University, research credit. Some of Peyton’s work is highlighted in his IUJUR research snapshot and in his poster for the Midwest Ecology and Evolution Conference. Now a Fire and Recreation Intern with the US Forest Service at Daniel Boone National Forest
Julie Xu: 2014-2015, Indiana University, IFLE and STARS student. Check out Julie’s research snapshot in IUJUR, her coauthored publication in Evolution, and her awe-inspiring posters from the Midwest Ecology and Evolution Conference (2015) and the IU STARS symposium (2015).
Ian Gelarden: 2013-2014, Indiana University, honors thesis student. Ian and I
co-authored one publication together (Evolution 2015). Now a medical resident at Northwestern University.