One of my key roles as a scholar is training students in the study and application of comparative anatomy and morphology. As such I strive to include undergraduates in my research program. My research projects provide ample opportunity for motivated undergraduate students.

In the laboratory and field, students learn measurement techniques, data management, problem solving, analytical and presentation skills. After working for a sufficient amount of time, students may design their own projects to address questions of interest to them. Most students present their work at local or regional conferences.

There are many opportunities to perform independent research in my lab. Please contact me for more information if you are interested.

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