Ryan Greenway selected as FOSZ Conservation Scholar

Ryan Greenway was selected as the 2016 Conservation Scholar by the Friends of Sunset Zoo (FOSZ). This annual scholarship supports the next generation of conservation-minded professionals. The scholarship covers an active college...

Ryan Greenway won presentation award

Ryan Greenway won the James E. Ackert Award for Outstanding Graduate Student Presentation. Congratulations! J.E. Ackert was a long-time Dean of the Graduate School. He was a Parasitologist in the...

Article on cave mollies published by the BBC

BBC Earth recently published an article on cave mollies from the Cueva del Azufre and the annual La Pesca ritual conducted by the Zoque people. The article provides a nice...

Ryan Greenway receives NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

Ryan Greenway has been selected to receive a 2016 National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) Fellowship. Ryan’s projects primarily focus on understanding speciation in sulfide spring fishes....

TV Azteca features the Cueva del Azufre

On a recent visit to the Cueva del Azufre, our research efforts were covered by TV Azteca in Villahermosa. Members of our team and the BBC were interviewed by reporter...

Sulfide spring fish transcriptomes

In an effort to understand the molecular basis of adaptation to hydrogen sulfide springs, we have been working with Joanna Kelley’s lab at Washington State University to sequence and analyze...

Congratulations to Garrett, a Master of Science

Garrett Hopper successfully defended his Master’s thesis investigating how darter morphology and trophic ecology vary along environmental gradients. Congratulations! Garrett is continuing his graduate career at KSU and will work...