In a previous post, I wrote about my journey into learning (and continuing to learn) Bayesian statistics. Making the jump […]
My statistical journey as an ecologist
When I was in grad school, Ken Burnham gave a seminar in my department about model selection and met with […]
How to write a research article in ecology
I wrote this for my students last year. They are thoughts I have to constantly remind myself of in my […]
Welcome to Abraham Kanz!
Abraham joined our lab in August. He was an awesome undergrad at USD and brings a bunch of experience working […]
Eric Sazama’s first article is published! Wolbachia in aquatic insects.
Wolbachia is a fascinating critter. It’s a bacterial genus that infects lots of arthropods, and does all kinds of things to […]
Poll for USD grad students
Lauren Henning wins Schmulbach award
Lauren Henning was chosen for the James M. Schmulbach Memorial Award at USD. The award supports student research in environmental or […]
State Wildlife Grant awarded to Kerby and Wesner labs
Jake Kerby (PI) and Jeff Wesner (Co-PI) received a State Wildlife Grant to study the effects of tile drains on […]
Brianna Henry is an NSF Graduate Research Fellow!
Congratulations to Brianna Henry! Brianna is an undergraduate at Clarion University of Pennsylvania who was just awarded an NSF GRFP […]
Welcome to Eric Sazama!
Eric joined the lab in Fall 2014 to pursue his M.S. He’s developing a fascinating project that will ask how […]