See Emma Wise and Amy Chang, and Francesca Socki summarize their summer work with the Field Museum and the Burroughs-Stilson Summer Research Lab!
Kelsey Stilson (http://www.kstilson.com/) and I have had the wonderful opportunity to host/mentor/collaborate with an amazing range of undergraduate and high school students this summer.
The 2017 BurrSon Research Lab has focused on evolutionary morphology, biogeography, and biomechanics of mammals, reptiles, and even ants.
From Left to Right:
Emma Wise (Field Museum Women In Science Intern, a Rising Senior in Biology at Macalester College)
Kelsey Stilson (PhD Student, Organismal Biology and Anatomy, University of Chicago)
Annie Cebulski (Summer Internship Grant Program (Northwestern University), Rising Senior in Journalism at Northwestern University)
Emily Shen (Rising Junior in Neurobiology, University of Chicago)
Kathryn Jin (Rising Senior, Naperville North High School)
Amy Chang (Field Museum Women in Science Intern, Rising Senior, Naperville North High School)
Francesca Socki (NSF REU Intern at Field Museum of Natural History, Rising Senior at Ohio Wesleyan University)
R. Ben Sulser (Rising 1st year PhD Student, Richard Gilder Graduate School, American Museum of Natural History)
Your Humble Scribe
Ford (English Setter/Border Collie, BurrSon Lab Mascot, Rising Puppy at IChewOnStuffConstantly University)