Biology

Faculty in Action

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Dr. John Roe holding a shingleback skink
Dr. John Roe holding a shingleback skink (Photo courtesy of
Alicia Brinton).  Dr. Roe's most recent publication shows that
urbanization reduces turtle survivorship.  Click here to read more.

Dr. Kaitlin Campbell in the field
Above: Dr. Kaitlin Campbell joins Biology faculty.  Click here to read more.

Above: Dr. Kaitlin Campbell lends expertise on ant-mite interactions for AntsCanada YouTube video.

Dr. Erika Young and large fish
Above: Prof. Erika Young earns Ph.D. degree.  Click here to read more.
Dr. Erika Young and Prof. Brandi Norman
Above: Dr. Erika Young and Prof. Brandi Norman attending the annual (2016) RISE End-of-Summer Student Research Presentation.  Click here to read more.
Drs. Velinda Woriax and Dennis McCracken
Above: Drs. Velinda Woriax and Dennis McCracken at 2016 RISE Presentation.
Jessica Rice, Dr. L. Kelly, and Joshua Oxendine
Above: Undergraduate Researchers Jessica Rice (left) and Joshua Oxendine, with research mentor, Dr. Lisa Kelly (center), at 2016 RISE Presentation.
Gordon Byrd and Diane Grant
Above: Gordon Byrd (PURC Center) and Diane Grant (RISE Office) at 2016 RISE Presentation.
Dr. Conner Sandefur and his undergraduate researchers
Above: Dr. Conner Sandefur (center) and his summer undergraduate researchers.
Kelsey Leigh and Dr. Maria Santisteban
Above: Kelsey Leigh (left) and her research mentor, Dr. Maria Santisteban, at 2016 RISE Presentation.

Dr. Andrew Ash
Above: Dr. Andrew Ash Presents Salamander Research for Highlands Conference.  Click here to read more.

Dr. Crystal Walline
Above: Dr. Crystal Walline Joins Biology Faculty. Click here to read more.

Dr. John Roe and Joseph Nacy
Above: Dr. John Roe and Joseph Nacy publish Natural History Note in Herpetological Review 48(1): Terrapene carolina carolina (Eastern Box Turtle) and Clemmys guttata (Spotted Turtle). Interspecific Interaction.  Look for the link at: https://ssarherps.org/herpetological-review-pdfs/

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