Dustin Ho (2020). Dustin Ho (2019). He is a young TAMS student researching biogeographical and ecological questions on Neotropical forest tardigrades (also known as water bears) at different nested spatial scales. We are examining the abundance, diversity and body sizes of tardigrades on different microhabitats (mosses, lichens), substrates (ground, stone, bark), and forest types of a large sample collected from Chilean temperate rainforests. Dustin is involved in many steps of the research that is preparing him to craft the research cycle, along with developing skills for his future career as a conservation scientist.
FORMER UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
Dickson, Sentell (2017)
Matthew Jones (2017). He worked on owls trophic ecology at LLELA withe at UNT's Ecology for Environmental Science program. Matthew joined the MS Technology, Environmental Policy Program at the University of Minnesota to focus on Climate and Energy Policy. His work focuses on the intersection of access to clean energy and social equity, working in Greenhouse Gas Accounting and Carbon Footprint assessment. Matthew is an Environmental Defense Fund Fellow for the City of Cleveland and likes to play punk rock music during his free time.