First year master’s student Eric Moore recently received a Libbie H. Hyman Scholarship from The Society for Integrative & Comparative Biology (SICB) to support his thesis work focused on forest floor invertebrate interactions and response to climate change. The purpose of the scholarship is to provide assistance to students to take courses or carry out research on […]Read more "Eric Receives Libbie H. Hyman Scholarship"
First-year master’s student Cari Ritzenthaler is crowdfunding for her research on Hawaiian invertebrates! Check out her page below for more information on the project and how to donate! https://crowd.instrumentl.com/campaigns/lava-nutrients-bugs-life-hawaii/ The Summary Invertebrates drive forest floor carbon cycling by shredding, consuming, and moving leaf litter, thereby facilitating carbon use and emissions by other soil fauna such […]Read more "Support Cari’s Research in Hawaii!"