Jenna Odegard successfully defended her MS thesis on Monday! Her thesis, co-supervised by Suzanne Gray and Lauren Pintor, focused on, The role of taxonomic and functional diversity in biotic resistance of non-native fish and invertebrates in coastal Lake Erie Wetlands. Jenna will be the first graduate student of the Gray Lab. Congratulations, Jenna!
Our 2016 REU student Caroline McElwain was featured in the 2017 Stone Laboratory brochure for her work on the altered visual abilities in Lake Erie Emerald Shiners (Notropis atherinoides) under algal and sedimentary turbidity.
Check it out here: stone-lab-brochure