Author Daniel Goldberg studies a type of waterbird called a sora. He uses autonomous recording units to record their calls to better understand how they respond to the presence of a predator.
Author Austin Calhoun studies bumble bee health. He asks how bumble bees respond when they are exposed to a common fungicide and a pathogen at the same time.
Author Dr. Lisa Barrow studies birds and the parasites that infect their blood. She looks to see if birds are exposed to similar parasites when they fly to different mountain ranges.
Author Joey Neale studies how mortality might impact the size of a mosquito population. He removes individuals from the population and measures population growth.
Author Rosario Marroquin-Flores studies how incubation temperature effects turtles and how their genes are processed.
Author Kara Hodges studies eggshell coloration in house wrens to see if the color of the shells is related to female health. She also asks if male birds use shell color to decide how to care for their young.
Author Anthony Breitenbach studies how heat waves affect male or female development in the red-eared slider turtle.
Kylie Hampton and Ian Rines use the decorated cricket to study effects of inbreeding. They mate crickets to each other and look at how inbreeding effects reproduction.
Kerrigan Tobin studies bumble bees and the parasites that infect them. She looks at how temperature impacts the ability of the bumblebee to fight off infections.