Since we just had a post about Audrey’s departure, I thought this would be a good opportunity to share another image from our recent lab photo shoot.
We recently had a going away party for undergraduate researcher Audrey Kelly, who just moved on to start her PhD studies with Karin Pfennig at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Audrey was a long-term member of the lab; I first met her when she visited as a high school senior and prospective U […]
For this year’s lab photo we went with an awkward 1980s family portrait rather than our usual band-style photo. More images from the shoot are at our Flickr page.
A huge congratulations to Audrey Kelly and Ryane Logsdon, who graduated last weekend! Audrey and Ryane have been a part of the Glor Lab family since their sophomore year and, throughout that time, they delved into a variety of Anolis distichus projects ranging from characterization of behavioural displays to parentage analysis to dewlap size variation. […]
I’ve started posting some Glor Lab images over at flickr. I’m hoping to get more images up this week, including highlights from our 2010 and 2011 expeditions. I’d love to get your help labeling images because I’ll never get to all them myself. You should be able to comment on specific images and I can […]
The new cage for Audrey and Ryane’s behavioural experiments is done and ready to go! Over the next couple of days, they will be putting some real anoles in there to see if they can get them to display in their large, new environment. All very exciting stuff and we’re all eagerly awaiting the results!
Undergraduates Ryane Logsdon, Audrey Kelly, and Frank Chang are working to build a massive cage for use in behavioral experiments. The cage should be finished by the end of the week, but we’ll have to wait to see if it works until after Thanksgiving!
Be sure to congratulate Dan and Anthony the next time you see them. For his talk on “Patterns of adaptive radiation in West Indian dwarf geckos (Sphaerodactylidae: Sphaerodactylus),” Dan won the SSAR’s Henri Seibert Award in Evolution/Systematics. Anthony, meanwhile, won best poster in the SSAR’s Evolution, Genetics, & Systematics category for his poster on “A multi-locus molecular […]
Last week Anthony passed his qualifying exam, and earned official status as a PhD candidate. Congratulations to Anthony! His academic big-sis Julienne made a delicious chocolate cake for him, including a painstakingly prepared message written in sprinkles. (Anthony only looks this sinister when he has knife in his hand.)
We went all black for this year’s photo! From left to right: Eddie, Audrey Kelly (’12), Ben Desch (’13), Shea Lambert (post-grad), Ryane Logsdon (’12), Rich Glor (PI), Anthony Geneva (PhD), Daniel Scantlebury (PhD), Julienne Ng (PhD).