Bian Wang received the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Albert E. Wood Award, which supports student research in museum collections. The award was announced at the SVP annual meeting in Brisbane, Australia. Congratulations, Bian!
Katharine Loughney has received a postdoctoral fellowship from the NSF Earth Sciences program! She will start her postdoc in September 2020 in the lab of Steven Holland at the University of Georgia. Congratulations, Katharine!
A new paper by Katharine Loughney and Catherine Badgley appears in the current issue of Palaios. Check it out on the Palaios website!
Loughney, K. M., and Badgley, C. 2020. The influence of depositional environment and basin history on the taphonomy of mammalian assemblages from the Barstow Formation (Middle Miocene), California. Palaios 35(4): 175-190.
UROP student Ethan VanValkenburg presents the results of his project at the 2019 Spring Symposium. Ethan was mentored by Bian Wang and Catherine Badgley on his project, Jaw disparity in relation to diet in the order Artiodactyla, with implications for paleoecology.
Katharine Loughney contributed to the UM Museum of Paleontology blog about her recent field work in Arizona.
As we begin a new semester, the Badgley Lab welcomes Fabian Hardy, our new lab member and Ph.D. student in the Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences.
Katharine Loughney begins her new position in the Badgley Lab as a postdoctoral research fellow in the Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology.