Dr. Kevin E. McCluney
Justin Burdine (PhD)
Studying factors influencing pollination services in urban gardens
Melanie Marshall (PhD)
Studying how trace chemicals influence aquatic-terrestrial linkages in riverine ecosystems
Melissa Seidel (MS)
Studying pollinator food webs
John Woloschuk (MS)
Studying bat and spider spillover predation
Rachel Paull (MS)
Studying how animals and plants influence nutrient cycling in agricultural ditches experiencing different management
Margaret Duffy (MS)
Interested in using isotopes to answer important ecological questions
Investigating urban bees
Investigating bee physiology
Helping with funded project to better understand how animals and plants influence nutrient cycling in agricultural ditches experiencing different management.
Former Lab Members
Ashley Everett, BS 2018
Investigating the influence of fluoride on biofilms. Currently in dental school at Ohio State University.
Andie Fisher, BS 2018
Helping with all aspects of research. Her own research interests lie with sea turtle conservation. Currently in graduate school at University of South Florida.
Jamie Becker, MS 2017
Studied how water balance interacts with life-history to influence foraging behavior.(Website)
Gabby Metzner, MS 2018
Studying rates of phosphorus flux via emergent insects across ditch management. Currently a project scientist at Kieser & Associates.
Edward Lagucki, BS 2017
Studied association between urbanization and flying arthropods (Lagucki et al. 2017). Currently MS student at Colorado State.
Matt Zach, BS 2016
Studied thermal and hygric limits of spiders and crickets.
Haley Ingram, BS 2016
Examined the relationship between riverine ecosystem condition (e.g. water quality) and human perception of those conditions within different socioeconomic groups, as well as the effects of exposing study participants to different types of written statements about local ecosystem condition. Currently law student at Ohio State.