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Visiting Researchers at UMMZ

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Drawing owl specimens

Stephanie O'Neil

Stephanie O'Neil, Art and Design student, uses Screech Owl and Great Horned Owl study skins for an art project.

University of Michigan School of Art and Design

From: 11/25/2013 To: 11/25/2013

Sampling grebe feathers to study mercury contamination.

Marie Perkins

Marie Perkins is studying historic levels of mercury contamination by analyzing western and clark's grebe feathers.

McGill University

From: 11/25/2013 To: 11/26/2013

Skeletal measurements for study of woodpecker ecology and evolution

Matt Dufort

Matt is taking measurements of woodpecker skeletons. He is studying the differences in body proportions and how these reveal evolution and ecological relationships.

University of Minnesota Bell Museum

From: 11/11/2013 To: 11/15/2013

Michigan Undergraduate Studies Mammalian Skull Diversity

Austin Stebbins

Austin Stebbins, a Michigan Undergraduate, examines the morphology on a wide range of mammalian species.

University of Michigan

From: 11/5/2013 To: 11/5/2013

UROP Student Photographs Rodent Jaws

Ji Ye

Michigan Undergraduate, Ji Ye, photographs rodent jaws as part of her UROP research experience.

University of Michigan

From: 11/1/2013 To: 11/1/2013

Dr. David Nickle, retired Smithsionian entomologist

Dr. David Nickle

Dr. David Nickle, retired Smithsionian entomologist, is examining our phasmid (walking stick) collection. He's working on describing the Orthopteroid fauna of a region in Ecuador.

From: 10/30/2013 To: 10/30/2013

Chris Dick, associate curator and EEB professor visiting insect collection with students

Chris Dick

Chris is teaching  a first year seminar entitled "Amazon Rainforests" which is largely non-bio track students fresh out of high school.

University of Michigan

From: 10/29/2013 To: 10/29/2013

Investigator from Wayne State University

Tom Dowling

Tom Dowling is a long term collaborator of Gerry Smith, They share an active research program on the speciation dynamics of Western freshwater fishes.

Wayne State University

From: 10/7/2013 To: 10/7/2013

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