Of the many roles played by academic researchers the most enduring is that of an educator. I try to be an effective educator through formal classroom instruction, group discussions and workshops and community outreach.

Phylogenetic comparative methods discussion

This semester a group of EEB undergraduates, graduate students, postdocs and faculty will read and discuss chapters from a new edited volume on Phylogenetic Comparative Methods. The book is available online to University of Rochester faculty, students and staff through the River Campus libraries here. The group will meet weekly on Tuesdays at 4pm in …

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Population Structure Lab

EEB Lab – 20 November 2014 1. Discussion of the fox phylogeography paper. What were the goals of the study? How did they test their hypotheses? What did they find? 2. Lab Plan Today we will be testing hypotheses in an invasive pest called the Peach Moth (Grapholita molesta).  Larvae of this moth attack the vegetative parts of a …

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