Our new undergraduate research assistants

Micah Miles Third year, Banneker-Key Scholar, concentration in Wildlife Ecology and Management I fell in love with animals at a very young age though dozens of wildlife documentaries, volumes of nature books, and copious visits to the National Zoo. As an Environmental Science and Policy major I seek to better understand the ways in which … Continue reading Our new undergraduate research assistants

Outreach talks in Michigan this weekend

I'm giving 3 public outreach talks in the Detroit area of Michigan this weekend. Scientific adventures with vampire bats - Friday 9/28/12, Southfield Public Library, 6pm. Info Bat behavior: tales from the field and lab- Saturday 9/28/12, Great Lakes Bat Festival. "The goal of the 11th Annual Great Lakes Bat Festival is to spread the … Continue reading Outreach talks in Michigan this weekend

A Thank You to the Ford Foundation Fellowship Program

The vampire bat project has two recent appearances in the press: The Scientist and The Examiner. I just returned from the Conference of Ford Fellows, which celebrated its 50th Anniversary this year. My research is supported by a large number of individual donors and organizations. But my living stipend of $1666/month is provided by the Ford Foundation, a non-profit, non-governmental organization established by … Continue reading A Thank You to the Ford Foundation Fellowship Program