Where have all the students gone?
I try to keep track of where my former students have ended up. Here’s where some are at the moment. If you’re on this list (or should be), drop me a line.
Sarah Martin was a National Science Foundation REU student who studied the influence of Birmingham’s heat island on moth phenology. She is finishing her undergrad degree at the University of Florida.
Kate LeCroy did her research on moths as potential pollinators, and is now working on her PhD at the University of Pittsburgh
John-Paul Tortorich studied the moth diversity of Bibb County and is in med school at William Carey
Aisha Bonds studied moth diversity on campus and at the Cahaba River Refuge and is in law school at UA
Anna Bianchi studied moth diversity of the Cahaba River Refuge and is studying maternal & child health at UAB
Drew Kilgore looked at the impacts of invasive plants on native plant diversity and is continuing his post-graduate studies at Samford
Rebekah Pine studied caterpillar parasitism in Costa Rica and is now the Director of Land Stewardship at the Freshwater Land Trust