We welcomed Laura, Kaysee, and Beth to the lab in August! Dr. Laura Avila-Segura is a new post-doc who is part of the Emory FIRST post-doc program. Originally from Costa Rica, she completed her Ph.D. last year at the University of Florida. Kaysee Arrowsmith is a first-year Ph.D. student in the PBEE program. Kaysee is an NSF Fellow and 1 of just 14 recipients of the Woodruff Award from Emory’s Laney Graduate School, given annually to the top incoming graduate students across the University. She earned a BS in Environmental Sciences at UC-Berkeley (where she did her Honor’s thesis in Claire Kremen’s lab) and an MPP in Public Policy from Columbia, and worked in Lauren Ponisio’s lab at UC-Riverside before joining the Brosi Lab. Beth Morrison is a Ph.D. student and NSF Graduate Fellow in Rodolfo Dirzo’s lab at Stanford. She is visiting the Brosi lab for the fall semester as part of the QuanTM visiting fellows program. Beth’s doctoral work is focused on how agricultural land use intensification alters pollination and herbivory networks, with field sites in the Salinas Valley. She will work with Berry and others in the lab on ecological network analyses.
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Welcome, Laura, Kaysee, and Beth!