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Current Students
Name Email Thesis Title School Degree Advisor
Benju Baniya [email protected] Examine interactions between longleaf pine ecosystems and prescribed fire in the restoration of the groundcover diversity University of Florida MS S. W. Bigelow
Coleman Barrie [email protected] Wetland mitigation of non-point source pollution Auburn University PhD S. T. Brantley
Crystal Bishop [email protected] Impacts of hurricane damage of root colonizing insects of longleaf pine University of Georgia MS K. D. Klepzig
Daniel Crawford [email protected] Fear, forage, and fire: white-tailed deer in pyric landscape Texas A&M University PhD L. M. Conner
Chloe Eggert [email protected] Auburn University MS S.W. Golladay
Ben Gochnour [email protected] Interactions between lps beetle, associated fungi and mites, and longleaf pines under a frequent fire regime University of Georgia PhD K. D. Klepzig
Monica Harmon [email protected] University of Georgia PhD S. T. Brantley
Suzanne Henderson [email protected] Spatial and temporal patterns and ecological implications of leaf litter dispersal University of Georgia MS J. B. Cannon
Joseph Honings [email protected] Subsurface geology of isolated wetlands Louisiana State University PhD S. T. Brantley
George Jensen [email protected] Effects of adaptive silviculture for climate change on fuel characteristics, fire behavior, and fire effects in longleaf pine ecosystems of southwestern GA University of Missouri MS J. B. Cannon
Phoebe Judge [email protected] Effects of tree root exclusion on understory plants University of Georgia MS S. T. Brantley
Lewis Marquez [email protected] Emory University PhD K. D. Klepzig
Emily Martin [email protected] University of Georgia MS S. W. Golladay
Elizabeth Parsons [email protected] Bird & Mammal Communities in Depressional Wetlands in the Longleaf Pine Ecosystem University of Georgia PhD L. M. Conner
Cody Pope [email protected] Community re-organization after windstorms in longleaf pine forests University of Florida MS S. W. Bigelow
Sean Reynolds [email protected] Auburn University MS S. W. Bigelow
Haley Ritger [email protected] Effects of fire regime on subcortical insects, tree physiology, and their interactions in longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) University of Georgia PhD S. T. Brantley
Stephen Scully [email protected] University of Georgia MS J. B. Cannon
Justine Smith [email protected] University of Georgia MS L. M. Conner
Ben Webster [email protected] Auburn University PhD S. W. Golladay
Kelsea Young [email protected] Insect Decomposers in the Absence of Mesopredators Clemson University MS K. D. Klepzig
Alumni
Name Thesis Title School Degree Advisor
Robert Addington Water use patterns and stomatal responses to the environment in longleaf pine on contrasting sites. University of Georgia 2001 MS R. J. Mitchell
Katherine Aleric Responses to varied light environments and propagation techniques of the federally endangered shrub, Lindera melissifolia (Lauraceae). University of Georgia 2004 MS L. K. Kirkman
Travis Alstad Conservation genetics of the red-cockaded woodpecker University of Georgia 2010 MS L. M. Conner
Philip Ashford Field methods and photogrammetric techniques for mapping aquatic vegetation using unmanned aerial systems University of Georgia 2019 MS S. W. Golladay
Carla Atkinson Food resource quality and its utilization by a native and an invasive bivalve in a Gulf Coastal Plain stream. University of Georgia 2008 MS S. P. Opsahl
Douglas Aubrey Stored carbon decouples soil CO2 efflux in chronically disturbed ecosystems. University of Georgia 2011 PhD R. J. Mitchell
Ashley Ballou Aspects of gopher tortoise (Gopherus Polyphemus) populations in Georgia: status, landscape predictors, juvenile movements, and burrow use. University of Georgia 2013 MS L.L. Smith
Coleman Barrie Groundwater flow on a karstic landscape in southwest Georgia. University of Georgia 2019 MS S. T. Brantley
Michael Battaglia The influence of overstory structure on understory light availability in longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) forest. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) 2000 MS R. J. Mitchell
Michael Belovitch Hydraulic redistribution – roots to the ecosystem. University of Georgia 2018 MS L. M. Conner
Roger Birkhead Ingestion of seeds by gopher tortoises (Gopherus Polyphemus) in a southeastern pine savanna: species composition and effects on germination. Auburn University 2001 MS W. K. Michener
Kristin Bliss Impact of nutrient heterogeneity on plant response and competition in Coastal plain species. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) 2001 PhD R. J. Mitchell
Melissa D. Boglioli Burrow dispersion and occupancy patterns as they relate to habitat parameters and social behavior in the gopher tortoise,(Gopherus Polyphemus). Auburn University 1999 MS L. M. Conner
Jennifer Borgo Reducing southern flying squirrel use of red-cockaded woodpecker cavities Utah State University 2004 MS L. M. Conner
Gina Botello Larval mosquitoes in agricultural wetlands of the Gulf Coastal Plain of Georgia, U.S.A.: investigating the effects of surrounding land use, nutrient enrichment, and food resources. University of Georgia 2012 MS S. W. Golladay
Sabrie Breland Bee assemblage and vegetation across a suite of restoration conditions in a fire-maintained longleaf pine savanna. University of Georgia 2015 MS L. K. Kirkman
Jesse Canfield Wildfire dynamics: understanding some behavior trends. Florida State University 2014 PhD R. J. Mitchell
Durwin Carter Carbon-fine root allocation and transfer at ecosystem scales (C-FATES). State University of West Georgia 2001 MS R. J. Mitchell
Sarah Cathey Growth and N2-fixation of legumes native to the longleaf pine-wiregrass ecosystem. Florida State University 2014 MS L. R. Boring
Michael Cherry White-tailed deer, coyotes, and the ecology of fear in a longleaf pine savanna. University of Georgia 2014 MS L. M. Conner
Jessica Cochrane Ecology of bobcats in a longleaf pine forest in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2003 MS L. M. Conner
Derek Colbert Breeding season gobbling chronology in hunted and non-hunted populations of eastern wild turkey (Meleagris gallopavo silvestris) in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2013 MS L. M. Conner
Michelle Creech Revegetation potential of slash pile burn sites in the longleaf pine ecosystem. University of Georgia 2009 MS L. K. Kirkman
Patrick Curtin Canopy recruitment dynamics in naturally regenerated longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) woodlands. University of Missouri 2017 MS S. B. Jack
Brandon Daly Observed changes in the atmospheric surface layer during prescribed agricultural burns. Florida State University 2012 MS R. J. Mitchell
Jessica Davis Stream fish response to intermittency and drying in the Ichawaynochaway Creek Basin. University of Georgia 2017 MS S. W. Golladay
Stephanie Davis Assessing impacts of animal agriculture on macroinvertebrates in intermittent Coastal Plain streams in the southeastern USA: implications for biomonitoring. University of Georgia 2000 MS S. W. Golladay
Anna Derrick Small mammal responses to prescribed fire and simulated mammal removal in a longleaf pine ecosystem. University of Georgia 2007 MS L. M. Conner
Nicholas Deuel Space use, interactions, extra-territorial forays and habitat selection of gray foxes (Urocyon cinereoargenteus) in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2016 MS L. M. Conner
David Diaz Effects of growing season flow regime on stream periphyton growth in a Coastal Plain stream. University of Georgia 2015 MS P. V. McCormick
Matthew Dittler Ecology of root-feeding insect assemblages in fire-manipulated longleaf pine-wiregrass ecosystems. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) 2013 PhD R. J. Mitchell
Jordana Doughty Bobcat (Lynx rufus) ecology in a longleaf pine ecosystem in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2004 MS L. M. Conner
David Dyson Influence of competition on longleaf pine seedling recruitment in selection silviculture. Auburn University 2010 MS S. B. Jack
Michelina Dziadzio Effects of predation on gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) nest and hatchling survival. University of Georgia 2015 MS L. L. Smith
Michael Entrekin Storm flowpaths and biogeochemistry of a karst stream in southwest Georgia. University of South Carolina 1997 MS E. R. Blood
Sally Entrekin Abundance, biomass, and secondary production of chironomids (Diptera) in grass-sedge marshes and cypress-gum swamps University of Georgia 2000 MS S. W. Golladay
Christine Fallon Effects of stream intermittency on leuciscid and percid food web dynamics in the Ichawaynochaway Creek Basin, Southwest Georgia, USA University of Georgia 2020 MS S. W. Golladay
Chelcy Ford Variable distributions of water as a transpiration source: consequences from the tree stem to ecosystem functioning University of Georgia 2004 PhD R. J. Mitchell
Catherine Frock An integrative study in the behavioral landscape ecology of Sherman’s fox squirrels: implications of animal conservation in a changing world University of Florida 2019 PhD L. M. Conner
Danny Gammons Radiotelemetry studies of armadillos in southwestern Georgia University of Georgia 2006 MS L. M. Conner
Heather Gaya Sampling design enhancement for gopher tortoises University of Georgia 2019 MS L. L. Smith
Elizabeth (Liz) Gleim The effects of long-term prescribed burning on ticks and tick-borne pathogen prevalence. University of Georgia 2013 PhD L. M. Conner
Ivy Godbois Ecology of bobcats on land managed for northern bobwhite in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2003 MS L. M. Conner
Jessica Gonynor A multifaceted approach to evaluating gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) population health at selected sites in Georgia. University of Georgia 2013 PhD L. L. Smith
Darroc Goolsby Patterns of landuse and succession in a longleaf pine forest. University of Georgia 2005 MS L. R. Boringr
Mark Hainds Legume population dynamics in a frequently burned longleaf pine – wiregrass ecosystem. Auburn University 1995 MS R. J. Mitchel
Camille Herteux Wading bird use of geographically isolated wetlands in the southeastern U.S. coastal plain. Florida Atlantic University 2018 MS L. L. Smith
Kevin Hiers The effect of fire season on legumes in a fire-maintained longleaf pine ecosystem. University of Georgia 1999 MS R. J. Mitchell
Shannon Hoss Spatial ecology and male reproductive biology of the Eastern diamond-back rattlesnake, Crotalus adamanteus. Auburn University 2007 MS L. L. Smith
Brent Howze The effect of predation on white-tailed deer recruitment at the Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center. University of Georgia 2009 MS L. L. Smith
Gwen Iacona Seedling recruitment as a driver of species richness in the understory of the longleaf pine savanna. University of Florida 2008 MS L. K. Kirkman
Claire Ike Spatial variability and land use change: effects on total soil carbon contents in the coastal plain of Georgia. University of Georgia 2010 MS L. R. Boring
Elizabeth(Beth)Jacqmain Controls on oak composition and population size structure in frequently burned longleaf pine – wiregrass ecosystems. Auburn University 1996 MS R. J. Mitchell
Noah Jansen Influence of root branching order on fine root substrate quality and decomposition in a Pinus palustris ecosystem. University of Florida 2007 MS R. J. Mitchell
James Johnson White-tailed deer camera surveys: density estimation and spatio-temporal dynamics University of Georgia 2019 PhD L. M. Conner
Paula Johnson Habitat association and drought responses of mussels in the lower Flint River Basin, southwest Georgia. University of Georgia 2001 MS R. J. Mitchell
David D. Jones Can increasing food availability alter foraging behavior of potential nest predators? University of Georgia 2001 MS L. M. Conner
Binab Karmacharya Small mammal response to food, fire, herbicide and predation in longleaf pine ecosystem. University of Florida 2011 MS L. M. Conner
Margaret Kearns Effects of annual flow regime on redbreast sunfish and bluegill growth in a southeastern Coastal Plain stream. University of Georgia 2001 MS S. W. Golladay
Jason Keenan Comparison of two techniques that determine habitat selection by bobcats and a discussion of habitats within overlapping and non-overlapping areas. University of Georgia 2007 MS L. M. Conner
Gavin Kenney
The effects of Hurricane Michael on the structure and function of longleaf pine woodlands
University of Alabama 2021 MS S. T. Brantley
Rachel King Spatial ecology and wetland use of aquatic turtles in the Coastal Plain of Georgia. University of Georgia 2014 MS L. L. Smith
Brian Kirby Effects of forest management practices on raccoon ecology in a longleaf pine ecosystem. University of Tennessee 2015 MS L. M. Conner
Daniel Knapp Development and life-history traits affect larval anuran stoichiometry: a framework for understanding the role of larval anurans in wetland nutrient storage. University of Alabama 2019 MS L. L. Smith
Max Lang Effects of intensive predator harvest during the quail nesting season on diet, age, and reproduction of meso-mammalian predators. University of Georgia 2008 MS L. M. Conner
Jessica Laskowski Animal habitat selection, foraging and fear response: from daily decisions to global patterns. University of Florida 2019 PhD L. M. Conner
Anna Liner Wetland predictors of amphibian distributions and diversity within the southeastern U.S. Coastal Plain. University of Georgia 2006 MS L. L. Smith
Andy Little Ecology of female Eastern wild turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo silvestris) in frequently-burned pine savannas in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2015 PhD L. M. Conner
Andrea Long Effects of an invasive ant on invertebrates in the southeastern United States. University of Florida 2015 PhD L. M. Conner and L. L. Smith
Louise Loudermilk ELinking plant demography, forest fuels, and fire in longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) savannas using lidar remote sensing and simulation modeling. University of Florida 2010 PhD R. J. Mitchell
Greg Lynch Effects of removal on spatial organization and habitat use of bobcats. University of Georgia 2005 MS L. M. Conner
Glenn Martin Evaluating the location, extent, and condition of isolated wetlands in the Dougherty Plain, Georgia, USA. University of Georgia 2010 MS L. K. Kirkman
Katherine (Katie) Martin Restoration of fire-dependent depression wetlands. University of Georgia 2006 MS L. K. Kirkman
Nicholas Marzolf Environmental limits on the dispersal of invasive Pomacea maculata in Lake Seminole. University of Georgia 2015 MS S. W. Golladay
Cara McElroy Determining landscape connectivity through amphibian abundance, community composition, and gene flow. University of Georgia 2016 MS L. L. Smith
Julie McEntire The sources and cycling of nutrients and dissolved organic carbon in the lower ACF Basin and Lake Seminole. University of Georgia 2009 MS S. P. Opsahl
John McGuire Canopy disturbances in longleaf pine savannas. Auburn University 1999 MS R. J. Mitchell
Anna McKee Correlations between community diversity and within-species diversity in an amphibian assemblage: potential processes and implications for conservation management. University of Georgia 2012 PhD L. L. Smith
Scott McLeay The role of larval anurans as consumers in ecosystem processes within geographically isolated wetlands in the southeastern United States. University of Alabama 2017 MS L. L. Smith
Adam Miles Bat community structure, foraging activity, and evening bat roost site selection in loblolly pine and longleaf pine forests of Georgia./td> University of Georgia 2005 MS L. M. Conner
Gabe Miller Home range size, habitat associations and refuge use of the Florida pine snake, Pituophis melanoleucus mugitus, in southwest Georgia, U.S.A. University of Florida 2008 MS L. L. Smith
Gail Morris Effects of mammalian predator exclusion, supplemental feeding, and prescribed fire on small mammal populations in a longleaf pine ecosystem./td> University of Florida 2010 MS L. M. Conner
Tara Muenz Indicators of stream health: the use of benthic macroinvertebrates and amphibians in an agriculturally impacted area, southwest Georgia. University of Georgia 2004 MS S. W. Golladay
Maureen Mulligan Wiregrass (Aristida beyrichiana Trin. and Rupr.) recruitment, establishment and growth. University of Georgia 2000 MS L. K. Kirkman
Chris Murphy Vertebrate refugia in the longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) ecosystem. University of Georgia 2019 MS L. L. Smith
Matthew Neatrour Factors affecting root system response to nutrient heterogeneity in forested wetland ecosystems. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) 2005 PhD S. W. Golladay
Melinda Nelson Habitat selection and survival of white-tailed deer fawns in a longleaf pine ecosystem. University of Georgia 2013 MS L. M. Conner
Heather Norden Species biology and the life history of the federally endangered Schwalbea americana L. (Scrophulariaceae). University of Georgia 2002 MS L. K. Kirkman
Jeannine Ott Patterns and movement, burrow use, and reproduction in a population of gopher tortoises (Gopherus polyphemus): implications for the conservation and management of a declining species. Auburn University 1999 MS W. K. Michener
Kelly Peeler Caffeine as an anthropogenic source indicator in freshwater and marine systems. Florida State University 2004 MS S. P. Opsahl
Christina Perez Seasonal area of use and habitat selection by female wild turkeys in response to prescribed fire in a managed longleaf pine savanna in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2013 MS L. M. Conner
Sara Piccolomini Evaluation of post-release movement and habitat selection behavior in reintroduced populations of the Eastern Indigo Snake (Drymarchon couperi) Auburn University 2019 MS L. L. Smith
Elisabeth (Corrie) Pieterson Control and distribution of Lygodium japonicum (Japanese climbing fern) in the southeastern United States. University of Florida 2010 MS S. B. Jack
Alex Potash The environmental drivers of behavioral and physical antipredator adaptions in the southeastern fox squirrel. University of Florida 2018 MS L. M. Conner
Justin “JT” Pynne Using an ecosystem engineer to restore functionality of natural pinelands in the southeastern United States University of Georgia 2020 PhD L. M. Conner
Allison Reid Spatial genetic structure of four bobcat populations in the southeastern U.S. University of Georgia 2006 MS L. M. Conner
Parisa Rinaldi Relationships between landscape features and nutrient concentrations in an agricultural watershed in southwestern Georgia: an integrated geographic information systems approach. Georgia State University 2013 MS P. V. McCormick
Anna Rollosson Factors influencing the growth of mature longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) at a second-growth fire-managed site in southwestern Georgia. University of Florida 2019 MS S. W. Bigelow
Kathleen Rugel Investigating drivers of groundwater-surface water interaction in the lower Flint River Basin, southwestern Georgia, USA. University of Georgia 2013 PhD S. W. Golladay
James Andrew (Drew) Ruttinger Habitat and roost selection by male eastern wild turkeys in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2013 MS L. M. Conner
Lindsey Sargent The influence of physicochemical characteristics and interspecies interactions on the invasion success of a non-native crayfish. University of Georgia 2009 MS S. W. Golladay
Elizabeth (Beth) Schlimm The influence of habitat structure on squamate species richness in the Coastal Plain of Georgia. University of Georgia 2013 MS L. L. Smith
Brian Schoch Diet, age, and reproduction of mesomammalian predators in response to intensive removal during the quail nesting season. University of Georgia 2003 MS L. M. Conner
Jason Scott Empirical forecast models for guiding decision-making in complex landscapes with competing wildlife management goals. University of Georgia 2011 PhD L. M. Conner
Ashley Sexton Home range and habitat use of red-tailed hawks in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2005 MS L. M. Conner
Margaret Shearint The direct and indirect effects of the red imported fire ant (Solenopsis invicta) on seed fate in the longleaf pine ecosystem. University of Georgia 2011 MS L. K. Kirkman
Stephen Shivers Transitioning from a river to a lake: how hydrology and invasive species alter nutrient cycling and retention within a reservoir. University of Georgia 2016 PhD S. W. Golladay
Stephen Shivers The impact of submerged aquatic vegetation on nutrient dynamics and bacterial metabolism in a southeastern reservoir. University of Georgia 2010 MS S. W. Golladay
Samuel Simkin Soil disturbances created by pocket gophers (Geomys pinetis) are poor microsites for plant recruitment in a fire-maintained longleaf pine ecosystem. University of Georgia 1998 MS W. K. Michener
Chelsea Smith Stream macroinvertebrate dynamics across a gradient of flow permanence in an agricultural watershed. University of Georgia 2015 MS P. V. McCormick
Adia Sovie Response of vertebrates to hardwood and shrub encroachment University of Florida 2020 PhD L. M. Conner
David Steen Wildlife restoration via forest management in fire-suppressed longleaf pine sandhills. Auburn University 2011 PhD L. L. Smith
Sean Sterrett The ecology and influence of land use on river turtles in southwest Georgia. University of Georgia 2015 MS L. L. Smith
Glen Stevens Fine root dynamics in a Pinus palustris Mill. ecosystem: the role of sampling interval and the soil environment. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) 2001 MS R. J. Mitchell
Theresa Storey Effects of diversionary feeding on raccoon foraging behavior in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2001 MS L. M. Conner
Stribling Stuber The relationship between land use and the ecological integrity of isolated wetlands in the Dougherty Plain, Georgia, USA. University of Georgia 2013 MS L. K. Kirkman
Katharine (Katie) Stuble Impacts of fire ant invasion on seed dispersal and ant community composition in the longleaf pine ecosystem. University of Georgia 2008 MS L. K. Kirkman
Amanda Subalusky The role of isolated, seasonal wetlands in the ecology of the American alligator. Texas A&M University 2007 MS L. L. Smith
Andrew Taylor Status assessment of a shoal bass population in the lower Flint River, Georgia. University of Georgia 2012 MS S. W. Golladay
Danielle Temple Spatial ecology of gray foxes on a longleaf pine forest and the surrounding landscape in southwestern Georgia. Texas A&M University 2007 MS L. M. Conner
Kelsey Turner The effects of habitat type, carcass size, and scavenger species exclusion on vertebrate scavenging communities. University of Georgia 2015 MS L. M. Conner
Ashley Warren Ecology of the southeastern pocket gopher Geomys pinetis in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2014 MS L. M. Conner
Albert (Bert) Way Burned to be wild: science, society and ecological conservation in the southern longleaf pine. University of Georgia 2008 PhD R. K. McIntyre
Andy Whelan Cyclic occurrence of fire and its role in carbon dynamics along an edaphic moisture gradient in longleaf pine ecosystems. University of Alabama 2012 MS R. J. Mitchell
Albert (Bert) Way Adult mosquito ecology in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2009 MS S. W. Golladay
Andrew Webb Using seismic surveys and ground penetrating radar to map below-ground structure on Ichauway specifically focusing on the interface between soils and bedrock around wetlands Louisiana State University 2020 PhD S. T. Brantley
Susanne Wiesner Energy density and entropy production: their role in the carbon and energy cycling of subtropical longleaf pine savannas. University of Alabama 2018 PhD L. K. Kirkman
Scott Wiggers Some like it hot: fire and legume germination in the longleaf pine ecosystem. Auburn University 2011 MS L. K. Kirkman
Margaret (Meg) Williams Effects of growing-season prescribed fire on eastern wild turkey (Meleagris gallopavo silvestris) nest success and poult survival in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2012 MS L. M. Conner
Alexander Wright Long-term population ecology and movement patterns of gopher tortoises (Gopherus polyphemus) in southwest Georgia. University of Georgia 2016 MS L. L. Smith
Jenny Wright Carbon dynamics of longleaf pine ecosystems. University of Edinburgh 2012 MS R. J. Mitchell
Alumni Spotlight

Brent Howze

Senior Wildlife Biologist

Where are you now and what are you doing? Since 2012, I have been employed with the GA Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Wildlife Resources Division in Albany Georgia. I…

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Amanda Subalusky

Assistant Professor, Dept. of Biology, UF

Where are you now and what are you doing? I am currently a Postdoctoral Associate in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Yale University, and I am starting…

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Jess McGuire

Working Lands for Wildlife
Bobwhite Coordinator

Where are you now and what are you doing? I just recently took the position of Working Lands for Wildlife (WLFW) Bobwhite Coordinator for Quail Forever (QF). I was previously…

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Elizabeth Gleim

Assistant Professor, Biology and
Environmental Studies, Hollins University

Where are you now and what are you doing? I am an assistant professor of biology and environmental studies at Hollins University in Roanoke, VA. Hollins is a small, liberal…

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Elizabeth Gleim

Assistant Professor, Biology and Environmental Studies, Hollin Unversity

I am an assistant professor of biology and environmental studies at Hollins University in Roanoke, VA. Hollins is a small, liberal arts, women’s college and also happens to be my undergraduate alma mater so I was elated when I secured the position here three years ago.

Jess McGuire

Working Landa for Wildlife Bobwhite Coondinator

I just recently took the position of Working Lands for Wildlife (WLFW) Bobwhite Coordinator for Quail Forever (QF). I was previously the Private Lands Program Manager with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.

Amanda Subalusky

Assistant Professor, Dept. of Biology, UF

I am currently a Postdoctoral Associate in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Yale University, and I am starting as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biology at the University of Florida in August.

Brent Howze

Senior Wildlife Biologist

I have been employed with the GA Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Wildlife Resources Division in Albany Georgia. I am currently a Senior Wildlife Biologist working in the Game Management Section.

John Doe

Natural Resources and Conservation

I learned so much at Ichauway, first as a research technician and then as a graduate student, that informs my current work. These skills have benefitted me tremendously, no matter in what ecosystem or country I am working.

Jane Doe

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Everything about Ichauway prepared me for the jobs that have led me to where I am. From administrative help with grants to tractor work in brood fields. The passion people have for conservation at Ichauway is contagious.

Graduate Students > Current Students and Alumni

Current Students

Benju Baniya [email protected] Examine interactions between longleaf pine ecosystems and prescribed fire in the restoration of the groundcover diversity University of Florida MS S. W. Bigelow
Crystal Bishop [email protected] Impacts of hurricane damage of root colonizing insects of longleaf pine University of Georgia MS. K. D. Klepzig
Daniel Crawford [email protected] Fear, forage, and fire: white-tailed deer in pyric landscape. Texas A&M University PhD L. M. Conner
Christine Fallon [email protected] Stream fish food webs. University of Georgia M.S. S. W. Golladay
Catherine Frock [email protected] An integrative study in the behavioral landscape ecology of Sherman's fox squirrels: implications of animal conservation in a changing world. University of Florida PhD L. M. Conner
Heather Gaya Stream fish food webs. University of Georgia 2011 MS L. L. Smith
Ben Gochnour [email protected] Interactions between lps beetle, associated fungi and mites, and longleaf pines under a frequent fire regime. University of Georgia PhD K. D. Klepzig
Monica Harmon [email protected] University of Georgia 2011 PhD S. T. Brantley
Suzanne Henderson [email protected] Spatial and temporal patterns and ecological implications of leaf litter dispersal University of Georgia MS J. B.Cannon
Joseph Honings [email protected] Subsurface geology of isolated wetlands Louisiana State University PhD S. T. Brantley
Gavin Kenney [email protected] Forest resilience after Hurricane Michael University of Alabama MS S. T. Brantley
Matt Lodato Emory University MS S. W. Golladay
Lewis Marquez [email protected] Penn State University PhD K. D. Klepzig
Emily Martin University of Georgia MS S. W. Golladay
Elyse McMahon Long term water resources Penn State University PhD L. M. Conner
Elizabeth Parsons [email protected] Bird & Mammal Communities in Depressional Wetlands in the Longleaf Pine Ecosystem University of Georgia PhD L. M. Conner
Sara Piccolomini Evaluation of post-release movement and habitat selection behavior in reintroduced populations of the Eastern Indigo Snake (Drymarchon couperi). Auburn University MS L. L. Smith
Cody Pope [email protected] Community re-organization after windstorms in longleaf pine forests University of Florida MS L. M. Conner
Justin "JT" Pynne [email protected] Using an ecosystem engineer to restore functionality of natural pinelands in the southeastern United States. University of Georgia PhD L. M. Conner
Sean Reynolds [email protected] Auburn University MS S. W. Bigelow
Haley Ritger [email protected] Effects of fire regime on subcortical insects, tree physiology, and their interactions in longleaf pine (Pinus palustris). University of Georgia PhD S. T. Brantley
Adia Sovie [email protected] Response of vertebrates to hardwood and shrub encroachment. University of Florida PhD L. M. Conner
Andrew Webb Using seismic surveys and ground penetrating radar to map below-ground structure on Ichauway specifically focusing on the interface between soils and bedrock around wetlands. Louisiana State University (LSU) PhD S. T. Brantley
Ben Webster Auburn University MS S. W. Golladay
Kelsea Youngs [email protected] Impacts of hurricane damage of root colonizing insects of longleaf pine University of Florida MS K. D. Klepzig

Alumni

Robert Addington Water use patterns and stomatal responses to the environment in longleaf pine on contrasting sites. University of Georgia 2001 M.S. R. J. Mitchell
Katherine Aleric Responses to varied light environments and propagation techniques of the federally endangered shrub, Lindera melissifolia (Lauraceae). University of Georgia 2004 M.S. L. K. Kirkman
Travis Alstad Conservation genetics of the red-cockaded woodpecker. University of Georgia 2010 M.S. L. M. Conner
Philip Ashford Field methods and photogrammetric techniques for mapping aquatic vegetation using unmanned aerial systems. University of Georgia 2019 M.S. S. W. Golladay
Carla Atkinson Food resource quality and its utilization by a native and an invasive bivalve in a Gulf Coastal Plain stream. University of Georgia 2008 M.S. S. P. Opsahl
Douglas Aubrey Stored carbon decouples soil CO2 efflux in chronically disturbed ecosystems. University of Georgia 2011 PhD R. J. Mitchell
Ashley Ballou Aspects of gopher tortoise (Gopherus Polyphemus) populations in Georgia: status, landscape predictors, juvenile movements, and burrow use. University of Georgia 2013 M.S. L.L. Smith
Coleman Barrie Groundwater flow on a karstic landscape in southwest Georgia. University of Georgia 2019 MS S. T. Brantley
Michael Battaglia The influence of overstory structure on understory light availability in longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) forest. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) 2000 M.S. R. J. Mitchell
Michael Belovitch Hydraulic redistribution - roots to the ecosystem. University of Georgia 2018 MS L. M. Conner
Roger Birkhead Ingestion of seeds by gopher tortoises (Gopherus Polyphemus) in a southeastern pine savanna: species composition and effects on germination. Auburn University 2001 M.S. W. K. Michener
Kristin Bliss Impact of nutrient heterogeneity on plant response and competition in Coastal plain species. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) 2001 PhD R. J. Mitchell
Melissa D. Boglioli Burrow dispersion and occupancy patterns as they relate to habitat parameters and social behavior in the gopher tortoise,(Gopherus Polyphemus). Auburn University 1999 M.S. L. M. Conner
Jennifer Borgo Reducing southern flying squirrel use of red-cockaded woodpecker cavities Utah State University 2004 MS L. M. Conner
Gina Botello Larval mosquitoes in agricultural wetlands of the Gulf Coastal Plain of Georgia, U.S.A.: investigating the effects of surrounding land use, nutrient enrichment, and food resources. University of Georgia 2012 MS S. W. Golladay
Sabrie Breland Bee assemblage and vegetation across a suite of restoration conditions in a fire-maintained longleaf pine savanna. University of Georgia 2015 M.S. L. K. Kirkman
Jesse Canfield Wildfire dynamics: understanding some behavior trends. Florida State University 2014 PhD R. J. Mitchell
Durwin Carter Carbon-fine root allocation and transfer at ecosystem scales (C-FATES). State University of West Georgia 2001 M.S. R. J. Mitchell
Sarah Cathey Growth and N2-fixation of legumes native to the longleaf pine-wiregrass ecosystem. Florida State University 2014 MS L. R. Boring
Michael Cherry White-tailed deer, coyotes, and the ecology of fear in a longleaf pine savanna. University of Georgia 2014 MS L. M. Conner
Jessica Cochrane Ecology of bobcats in a longleaf pine forest in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2003 MS L. M. Conner
Derek Colbert Breeding season gobbling chronology in hunted and non-hunted populations of eastern wild turkey (Meleagris gallopavo silvestris) in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2013 MS L. M. Conner
Michelle Creech Revegetation potential of slash pile burn sites in the longleaf pine ecosystem. University of Georgia 2009 MS L. K. Kirkman
Patrick Curtin Canopy recruitment dynamics in naturally regenerated longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) woodlands. University of Missouri 2017 MS S. B. Jack
Brandon Daly Observed changes in the atmospheric surface layer during prescribed agricultural burns. Florida State University 2012 MS R. J. Mitchell
Jessica Davis Stream fish response to intermittency and drying in the Ichawaynochaway Creek Basin. University of Georgia 2017 MS S. W. Golladay
Stephanie Davis Assessing impacts of animal agriculture on macroinvertebrates in intermittent Coastal Plain streams in the southeastern USA: implications for biomonitoring. University of Georgia 2000 MS S. W. Golladay
Anna Derrick Small mammal responses to prescribed fire and simulated mammal removal in a longleaf pine ecosystem. University of Georgia 2007 MS L. M. Conner
Nicholas Deuel Space use, interactions, extra-territorial forays and habitat selection of gray foxes (Urocyon cinereoargenteus) in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2016 MS L. M. Conner
David Diaz Effects of growing season flow regime on stream periphyton growth in a Coastal Plain stream. University of Georgia 2015 MS P. V. McCormick
Matthew Dittler Ecology of root-feeding insect assemblages in fire-manipulated longleaf pine-wiregrass ecosystems. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) 2013 PhD R. J. Mitchell
Jordana Doughty Bobcat (Lynx rufus) ecology in a longleaf pine ecosystem in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2004 MS L. M. Conner
David Dyson Influence of competition on longleaf pine seedling recruitment in selection silviculture. Auburn University 2010 MS S. B. Jack
Michelina Dziadzio Effects of predation on gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) nest and hatchling survival. University of Georgia 2015 MS L. L. Smith
Michael Entrekin Storm flowpaths and biogeochemistry of a karst stream in southwest Georgia. University of South Carolina 1997 MS E. R. Blood
Sally Entrekin Abundance, biomass, and secondary production of chironomids (Diptera) in grass-sedge marshes and cypress-gum swamps. University of Georgia 2000 MS S. W. Golladay
Chelcy Ford Variable distributions of water as a transpiration source: consequences from the tree stem to ecosystem functioning. University of Georgia 2004 PhD R. J. Mitchell
Danny Gammons Radiotelemetry studies of armadillos in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2006 MS L. M. Conner
Elizabeth (Liz) Gleim The effects of long-term prescribed burning on ticks and tick-borne pathogen prevalence. University of Georgia 2013 PhD L. M. Conner
Ivy Godbois Ecology of bobcats on land managed for northern bobwhite in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2003 MS L. M. Conner
Jessica Gonynor A multifaceted approach to evaluating gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) population health at selected sites in Georgia. University of Georgia 2013 PhD L. L. Smith
Darroc Goolsby Patterns of landuse and succession in a longleaf pine forest. University of Georgia 2005 MS L. R. Boringr
Mark Hainds Legume population dynamics in a frequently burned longleaf pine – wiregrass ecosystem. Auburn University 1995 MS R. J. Mitchel
Camille Herteux Wading bird use of geographically isolated wetlands in the southeastern U.S. coastal plain. Florida Atlantic University 2018 MS L. L. Smith
Kevin Hiers The effect of fire season on legumes in a fire-maintained longleaf pine ecosystem. University of Georgia 1999 MS R. J. Mitchell
Shannon Hoss Spatial ecology and male reproductive biology of the Eastern diamond-back rattlesnake, Crotalus adamanteus. Auburn University 2007 MS L. L. Smith
Brent Howze The effect of predation on white-tailed deer recruitment at the Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center. University of Georgia 2009 MS L. L. Smith
Gwen Iacona Seedling recruitment as a driver of species richness in the understory of the longleaf pine savanna. University of Florida 2008 MS L. K. Kirkman
Claire Ike Spatial variability and land use change: effects on total soil carbon contents in the coastal plain of Georgia. University of Georgia 2010 MS L. R. Boring
Elizabeth(Beth)Jacqmain Controls on oak composition and population size structure in frequently burned longleaf pine – wiregrass ecosystems. Auburn University 1996 MS R. J. Mitchell
Noah Jansen Influence of root branching order on fine root substrate quality and decomposition in a Pinus palustris ecosystem. University of Florida 2007 MS R. J. Mitchell
James Johnson White-tailed deer camera surveys: density estimation and spatio-temporal dynamics University of Georgia 2019 PhD L. M. Conner
Paula Johnson Habitat association and drought responses of mussels in the lower Flint River Basin, southwest Georgia. University of Georgia 2001 MS R. J. Mitchell
David D. Jones Can increasing food availability alter foraging behavior of potential nest predators? University of Georgia 2001 MS L. M. Conner
Binab Karmacharya Small mammal response to food, fire, herbicide and predation in longleaf pine ecosystem. University of Florida 2011 MS L. M. Conner
Margaret Kearns Effects of annual flow regime on redbreast sunfish and bluegill growth in a southeastern Coastal Plain stream. University of Georgia 2001 MS S. W. Golladay
Jason Keenan Comparison of two techniques that determine habitat selection by bobcats and a discussion of habitats within overlapping and non-overlapping areas. University of Georgia 2007 MS L. M. Conner
Rachel King Spatial ecology and wetland use of aquatic turtles in the Coastal Plain of Georgia. University of Georgia 2014 MS L. L. Smith
Brian Kirby Effects of forest management practices on raccoon ecology in a longleaf pine ecosystem. University of Tennessee 2015 MS L. M. Conner
Daniel Knapp Development and life-history traits affect larval anuran stoichiometry: a framework for understanding the role of larval anurans in wetland nutrient storage. University of Alabama 2019 MS L. L. Smith
Max Lang Effects of intensive predator harvest during the quail nesting season on diet, age, and reproduction of meso-mammalian predators. University of Georgia 2008 MS L. M. Conner
Jessica Laskowski Animal habitat selection, foraging and fear response: from daily decisions to global patterns. University of Florida 2019 PhD L. M. Conner
Anna Liner Wetland predictors of amphibian distributions and diversity within the southeastern U.S. Coastal Plain. University of Georgia 2006 MS L. L. Smith
Andy Little Ecology of female Eastern wild turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo silvestris) in frequently-burned pine savannas in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2015 PhD L. M. Conner
Andrea Long Effects of an invasive ant on invertebrates in the southeastern United States. University of Florida 2015 PhD L. M. Conner and L. L. Smith
Louise Loudermilk ELinking plant demography, forest fuels, and fire in longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) savannas using lidar remote sensing and simulation modeling. University of Florida 2010 PhD R. J. Mitchell
Greg Lynch Effects of removal on spatial organization and habitat use of bobcats. University of Georgia 2005 MS L. M. Conner
Glenn Martin Evaluating the location, extent, and condition of isolated wetlands in the Dougherty Plain, Georgia, USA. University of Georgia 2010 MS L. K. Kirkman
Katherine (Katie) Martin Restoration of fire-dependent depression wetlands. University of Georgia 2006 MS L. K. Kirkman
Nicholas Marzolf Environmental limits on the dispersal of invasive Pomacea maculata in Lake Seminole. University of Georgia 2015 MS S. W. Golladay
Cara McElroy Determining landscape connectivity through amphibian abundance, community composition, and gene flow. University of Georgia 2016 MS L. L. Smith
Julie McEntire The sources and cycling of nutrients and dissolved organic carbon in the lower ACF Basin and Lake Seminole. University of Georgia 2009 MS S. P. Opsahl
John McGuire Canopy disturbances in longleaf pine savannas. Auburn University 1999 MS R. J. Mitchell
Anna McKee Correlations between community diversity and within-species diversity in an amphibian assemblage: potential processes and implications for conservation management. University of Georgia 2012 PhD L. L. Smith
Scott McLeay The role of larval anurans as consumers in ecosystem processes within geographically isolated wetlands in the southeastern United States. University of Alabama 2017 MS L. L. Smith
Adam Miles Bat community structure, foraging activity, and evening bat roost site selection in loblolly pine and longleaf pine forests of Georgia./td> University of Georgia 2005 MS L. M. Conner
Gabe Miller Home range size, habitat associations and refuge use of the Florida pine snake, Pituophis melanoleucus mugitus, in southwest Georgia, U.S.A. University of Florida 2008 MS L. L. Smith
Gail Morris Effects of mammalian predator exclusion, supplemental feeding, and prescribed fire on small mammal populations in a longleaf pine ecosystem./td> University of Florida 2010 MS L. M. Conner
Tara Muenz Indicators of stream health: the use of benthic macroinvertebrates and amphibians in an agriculturally impacted area, southwest Georgia. University of Georgia 2004 MS S. W. Golladay
Maureen Mulligan Wiregrass (Aristida beyrichiana Trin. and Rupr.) recruitment, establishment and growth. University of Georgia 2000 MS L. K. Kirkman
Chris Murphy Vertebrate refugia in the longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) ecosystem. University of Georgia 2019 MS L. L. Smith
Matthew Neatrour Factors affecting root system response to nutrient heterogeneity in forested wetland ecosystems. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) 2005 PhD S. W. Golladay
Melinda Nelson Habitat selection and survival of white-tailed deer fawns in a longleaf pine ecosystem. University of Georgia 2013 MS L. M. Conner
Heather Norden Species biology and the life history of the federally endangered Schwalbea americana L. (Scrophulariaceae). University of Georgia 2002 MS L. K. Kirkman
Jeannine Ott Patterns and movement, burrow use, and reproduction in a population of gopher tortoises (Gopherus polyphemus): implications for the conservation and management of a declining species. Auburn University 1999 MS W. K. Michener
Kelly Peeler Caffeine as an anthropogenic source indicator in freshwater and marine systems. Florida State University 2004 MS S. P. Opsahl
Christina Perez Seasonal area of use and habitat selection by female wild turkeys in response to prescribed fire in a managed longleaf pine savanna in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2013 MS L. M. Conner
Elisabeth (Corrie) Pieterson Control and distribution of Lygodium japonicum (Japanese climbing fern) in the southeastern United States. University of Florida 2010 MS S. B. Jack
Alex Potash The environmental drivers of behavioral and physical antipredator adaptions in the southeastern fox squirrel. University of Florida 2018 MS L. M. Conner
Allison Reid Spatial genetic structure of four bobcat populations in the southeastern U.S. University of Georgia 2006 MS L. M. Conner
Parisa Rinaldi Relationships between landscape features and nutrient concentrations in an agricultural watershed in southwestern Georgia: an integrated geographic information systems approach. Georgia State University 2013 MS P. V. McCormick
Anna Rollosson Factors influencing the growth of mature longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) at a second-growth fire-managed site in southwestern Georgia. University of Florida 2019 MS S. W. Bigelow
Kathleen Rugel Investigating drivers of groundwater-surface water interaction in the lower Flint River Basin, southwestern Georgia, USA. University of Georgia 2013 PhD S. W. Golladay
James Andrew (Drew) Ruttinger Habitat and roost selection by male eastern wild turkeys in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2013 MS L. M. Conner
Lindsey Sargent The influence of physicochemical characteristics and interspecies interactions on the invasion success of a non-native crayfish. University of Georgia 2009 MS S. W. Golladay
Elizabeth (Beth) Schlimm The influence of habitat structure on squamate species richness in the Coastal Plain of Georgia. University of Georgia 2013 MS L. L. Smith
Brian Schoch Diet, age, and reproduction of mesomammalian predators in response to intensive removal during the quail nesting season. University of Georgia 2003 MS L. M. Conner
Jason Scott Empirical forecast models for guiding decision-making in complex landscapes with competing wildlife management goals. University of Georgia 2011 PhD L. M. Conner
Ashley Sexton Home range and habitat use of red-tailed hawks in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2005 MS L. M. Conner
Margaret Shearint The direct and indirect effects of the red imported fire ant (Solenopsis invicta) on seed fate in the longleaf pine ecosystem. University of Georgia 2011 MS L. K. Kirkman
Stephen Shivers Transitioning from a river to a lake: how hydrology and invasive species alter nutrient cycling and retention within a reservoir. University of Georgia 2016 PhD S. W. Golladay
Stephen Shivers The impact of submerged aquatic vegetation on nutrient dynamics and bacterial metabolism in a southeastern reservoir. University of Georgia 2010 MS S. W. Golladay
Samuel Simkin Soil disturbances created by pocket gophers (Geomys pinetis) are poor microsites for plant recruitment in a fire-maintained longleaf pine ecosystem. University of Georgia 1998 MS/td> W. K. Michener
Chelsea Smith Stream macroinvertebrate dynamics across a gradient of flow permanence in an agricultural watershed. University of Georgia 2015 MS P. V. McCormick
David Steen Wildlife restoration via forest management in fire-suppressed longleaf pine sandhills. Auburn University 2011 PhD L. L. Smith
Sean Sterrett The ecology and influence of land use on river turtles in southwest Georgia. University of Georgia 2015 MS L. L. Smith
Glen Stevens Fine root dynamics in a Pinus palustris Mill. ecosystem: the role of sampling interval and the soil environment. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) 2001 MS R. J. Mitchell
Theresa Storey Effects of diversionary feeding on raccoon foraging behavior in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2001 MS L. M. Conner
Stribling Stuber The relationship between land use and the ecological integrity of isolated wetlands in the Dougherty Plain, Georgia, USA. University of Georgia 2013 MS L. K. Kirkman
Katharine (Katie) Stuble Impacts of fire ant invasion on seed dispersal and ant community composition in the longleaf pine ecosystem. University of Georgia 2008 MS L. K. Kirkman
Amanda Subalusky The role of isolated, seasonal wetlands in the ecology of the American alligator. Texas A&M University 2007 MS L. L. Smith
Andrew Taylor Status assessment of a shoal bass population in the lower Flint River, Georgia. University of Georgia 2012 MS S. W. Golladay
Danielle Temple Spatial ecology of gray foxes on a longleaf pine forest and the surrounding landscape in southwestern Georgia. Texas A&M University 2007 MS L. M. Conner
Kelsey Turner The effects of habitat type, carcass size, and scavenger species exclusion on vertebrate scavenging communities. University of Georgia 2015 MS L. M. Conner
Ashley Warren Ecology of the southeastern pocket gopher Geomys pinetis in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2014 MS L. M. Conner
Albert (Bert) Way Burned to be wild: science, society and ecological conservation in the southern longleaf pine. University of Georgia 2008 PhD R. K. McIntyre
Andy Whelan Cyclic occurrence of fire and its role in carbon dynamics along an edaphic moisture gradient in longleaf pine ecosystems. University of Alabama 2012 MS R. J. Mitchell
Albert (Bert) Way Adult mosquito ecology in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2009 MS S. W. Golladay
Susanne Wiesner Energy density and entropy production: their role in the carbon and energy cycling of subtropical longleaf pine savannas. University of Alabama 2018 PhD L. K. Kirkman
Scott Wiggers Some like it hot: fire and legume germination in the longleaf pine ecosystem. Auburn University 2011 MS L. K. Kirkman
Margaret (Meg) Williams Effects of growing-season prescribed fire on eastern wild turkey (Meleagris gallopavo silvestris) nest success and poult survival in southwestern Georgia. University of Georgia 2012 MS L. M. Conner
Alexander Wright Long-term population ecology and movement patterns of gopher tortoises (Gopherus polyphemus) in southwest Georgia. University of Georgia 2016 MS L. L. Smith
Jenny Wright Carbon dynamics of longleaf pine ecosystems. University of Edinburgh 2012 MS R. J. Mitchell

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Brent Howze

Senior Wildlife Biologist

Where are you now and what are you doing? Since 2012, I have been employed with the GA Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Wildlife Resources Division in Albany Georgia. I…

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Amanda Subalusky

Assistant Professor, Dept. of Biology, UF

Where are you now and what are you doing? I am currently a Postdoctoral Associate in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Yale University, and I am starting…

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Jess McGuire

Working Lands for Wildlife
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Where are you now and what are you doing? I just recently took the position of Working Lands for Wildlife (WLFW) Bobwhite Coordinator for Quail Forever (QF). I was previously…

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Elizabeth Gleim

Assistant Professor, Biology and
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Where are you now and what are you doing? I am an assistant professor of biology and environmental studies at Hollins University in Roanoke, VA. Hollins is a small, liberal…

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Elizabeth Gleim

Assistant Professor, Biology and Environmental Studies, Hollin Unversity

I am an assistant professor of biology and environmental studies at Hollins University in Roanoke, VA. Hollins is a small, liberal arts, women’s college and also happens to be my undergraduate alma mater so I was elated when I secured the position here three years ago.

Jess McGuire

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I just recently took the position of Working Lands for Wildlife (WLFW) Bobwhite Coordinator for Quail Forever (QF). I was previously the Private Lands Program Manager with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.

Amanda Subalusky

Assistant Professor, Dept. of Biology, UF

I am currently a Postdoctoral Associate in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Yale University, and I am starting as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biology at the University of Florida in August.

Brent Howze

Senior Wildlife Biologist

I have been employed with the GA Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Wildlife Resources Division in Albany Georgia. I am currently a Senior Wildlife Biologist working in the Game Management Section.

John Doe

Natural Resources and Conservation

I learned so much at Ichauway, first as a research technician and then as a graduate student, that informs my current work. These skills have benefitted me tremendously, no matter in what ecosystem or country I am working.

Jane Doe

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Everything about Ichauway prepared me for the jobs that have led me to where I am. From administrative help with grants to tractor work in brood fields. The passion people have for conservation at Ichauway is contagious.

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