Erin Buchholtz is a 3rd year PhD student whose research interests broadly include ecology and conservation biology. She received her Bachelor’s degree with honors in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology from Princeton University. Erin came to Texas A&M as an NSF-IGERT Fellow through the Applied Biodiversity Program and she is now conducting her doctoral research in Botswana as a PhD Fellow with the Ecoexist Project.
Archives for October 2016
Update: Congratulations to Aleyda on successfully defending her master’s thesis!
Aleyda Galan is a 3rd year MS student and she is working on a biodiversity assessment of South Texas through the East Foundation. She will be examining mammalian, ectoparasite, and pathogen diversity across habitat types and East Foundation properties. To complete this work, Aleyda is spending lots of time in the field, laboratory, BRTC collections, and becoming an expert with ArcGIS.