New article in the Journal of Evolutionary Biology: Congrats Dowen and other F-F lab members!
Uchechukwu, Mia, and Abisiola joined the Fowler-Finn Lab this summer as REU students (Research Experience for Undergraduates). We are excited about their projects exploring different aspects of how temperature affects mating behavior and reproduction in
Letty received an Honorable Mention for her NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program application - congrats for the well-deserved recognition Letty!
Noah Leith, previously an undergraduate in the Fowler-Finn lab, has officially joined as a Ph.D. student. Welcome Noah, looking forward to continued scientific excellence!
Congrats to senior Shivika and Matthew for being awarded runner up at the University-wide Sigma Xi symposium for their poster on ant-treehopper communication. Shiv and Matthew were mentored by PhD student Will Shoenberger - congrats to Will on a successful project!
Anthony Macchiano and Leticia Classen Rodríguez were awarded 2nd and 3rd prize for the Biological Sciences category at the University-wide Graduate Student Association Symposium at Saint Louis University - congrats Anthony and Letty!
Kasey and colleague Brian Boutwell (SLU) had a paper published in Behavior Genetics. A SPARK micro grant from SLU’s Office for the Vice President for Research funded the collaboration. You can read the article here.
Letty is now a Ph.D. student in the lab, and will be funded by her Saint Louis University Diversity Fellowship. Visit our people page for updates on the exciting research Letty has planned for the next few years!
Congrats to Leticia, who was awarded a diversity travel award to cover some of the costs of traveling and presenting at the Animal Behaviour Society meeting this summer!
Fowler-Finn lab undergraduates were busy presenting at various venues this spring.
Ciarra has received a prestigious McNair Scholar award, bestowed upon 25 high achieving undergraduate scholars at SLU
Congratulations to Simone, Matt, Shivika, Noah, Todd, Evian, Pallavi for their first successful grant applications to do independent research projects in 2018!