Mentoring

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Rachel Norris studied “Predator-induced maternal effects in the Colorado Potato beetle” as an undergraduate at Cornell University (2015-2017). After graduating, Rachel joined the Entomology graduate program at UC Riverside. Click here to see the work that we published.

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Eugenia Wang studied “The effects of predation risk on the energetic budget of an insect prey” as an undergraduate at Cornell University (2015-2016). After graduating, Eugenia joined the California Department of Fish and Wildlife as a research assistant. Click here to see the work that we published.

Monica Mowery studied “How dietary nitrogen affected male mate choice in the Cabbage butterfly” as an undergraduate at Tufts University (2011-2013). After graduating, Monica joined the Biology graduate program at the University of Toronto. Click here to see the work that we published.

Emma Sass studied “Carry-over effects of nitrogen limitation in the cabbage butterfly” as an undergraduate at Tufts University (2010-2012). After graduating, Emma worked at Harvard Forest as a Research Assistant. Click here to see the work that we published.