Katy Greenwald

I received my B.S. (Biology) in 2002 from Brown University, and my Ph.D. in 2009 from the Department of Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology at Ohio State University. My dissertation focused on habitat fragmentation, functional landscape connectivity, and metapopulation processes in amphibians. Following graduate school, I spent a year as a postdoctoral researcher in conservation … Continue reading Katy Greenwald

Graduate Students

If you are interested in applying to join the lab as a Master’s student, please email me directly. It is very helpful if you include a brief description of your research interests and experience, along with an academic transcript. I will be happy to schedule a phone call or an in-person meeting if I have … Continue reading Graduate Students

Undergraduate Students

I am always happy to hear from undergraduates interested in joining the lab. I am able to advise those interested in both field-intensive or laboratory-based experiences, as my research program includes both approaches. For undergraduates interested in fieldwork (a.k.a. getting wet and muddy), time commitment flexibility is a must due to the unpredictable nature of … Continue reading Undergraduate Students

Team Salamander

“Team Salamander” is the field crew that helps out with Ambystoma breeding season each spring. A huge thanks to the following people: 2016: Cristina Bugescu, Zachary Kellogg, Danita King, David Martin 2015: Cristina Bugescu, Nicole Bush, Katherine Campbell, Dixxon Darlington, Marisa Hildebrandt, Amber Stedman 2014: Alexandra Arebalo, Katherine Campbell, Danielle Hulvey, Marisa Hildebrandt 2013: Danielle … Continue reading Team Salamander

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