NEWS & AWARDS

2017

Congratulations to Pearl, Brandon and Andrea:

Pearl Shah was awarded a Research Assistantship from CURO (Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities) at UGA for her research during Spring 2017 on the biogeography of Pyractomena fireflies.

Brandon Davis was awarded a Research Assistantship from CURO (Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities) at UGA for her research during Spring 2017 on the biogeography of Photinus fireflies.

Andrea Morrison was awarded a Research Assistantship from CURO (Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities) at UGA for her research during Spring 2017 on Sexual Health Knowledge related to pregnancy planning and prevention among UGA undergraduate students.

 

2016

Congratulation to Garrett:

Garrett Vollino was awarded a Research Assistantship from CURO (Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities) at UGA for his research during Fall 2016 on characterizing the signaling environment of fireflies.

 

Hall, D. W., *Sander, S.E., **Pallansch, J.C. , Stanger-Hall, K.F. (2016). The evolution of adult light emission color in North American fireflies. Evolution, 70: 2033-2048. DOI: 10.1111/evo.13002. 

This article was featured by the Journal of Experimental Biology in OUTSIDE JEB. Outside JEB is a monthly feature that reports the most exciting developments in experimental biology. Articles that have been selected and written by a team of active research scientists highlight the papers that JEB readers can’t afford to miss.

 

2015

My paper with Jim is out:

Stanger-Hall, K.F. and Lloyd, J.E. (2015). Flash signal evolution in Photinus fireflies: Character displacement and signal exploitation in a visual communication system. Evolution 69(3): 666-682. 

Yoonsun Jang presented her research on learning with case studies at SABER:

Jang, Y., Cohen, A., Stanger-Hall, K.F. (2015 ): Learning Biological Processes with Animated Case Studies. SABER (Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research), Minneapolis MN, July 30-Aug 2, 2015.

Shannon's paper is out:

Sung, S., Shen, J., Stanger-Hall, K.F., Wiegert, C., Li, W., Brown, S., Robertson, T. (2015).   Toward Interdisciplinary Perspectives: Using Osmotic Pressure as an Example for Analyzing Textbook Explanations. J. College Science Teaching, 44(4): 76-87.

 

2014

 IMG_0841.jpg  Sarah, Katherine and Megan at the Evolution Meeting 2014 in Raleigh, NC.

Julianne's paper is out:

Stanger-Hall, K.F., Wenner, J. (2014). Self-reported religious conflict and learning of Evolution. The American Biology Teacher 76 (2): 101-108.