The QUIP Lab welcomes Geography Master's student María José Rivera Araya, who completed her BA in Anthropology and BS in Chemistry in Spring 2015 at the University of Costa Rica. She is working with Dr. Pilaar Birch on a project that will evaluate the efficacy of stable isotope data from tooth enamel carbonate as a paleoenvironmental proxy in tropical regions. She is funded by the Fulbright Foreign Student Program.
We also welcome UGA undergraduate Onyale Donloe, who is completing her BA in Anthropology and a BS in Biology and is an intern with the Georgia Museum of Natural History. Onyale is currently assisting Dr. Pilaar Birch in sample curation and data management.