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  Graduate Students
Name Degree Dissertation/Thesis Title Current Position
Nicole Kish M.S. 2013 Modeling approaches, physiological responses, and climate change: How good is "good enough"? Research specialist I at University of South Carolina
Josie Iacarella M.S. 2011 Behavioral and Physiological Responses of the Salt Marsh Snail,Littoraria irrorata, to Thermal and Dessication Stresses Ph.D. Student at McGill University
Shilpi Chhotray MEERM 2010 An Assessment of the Perceptions, Level of Involvement, and Needs of User- Groups for Marine Protected Areas in the Carolinas  
Allison Smith Ph.D. 2010 Measuring and Forecasting Environmental Conditions from the Perspective of Rocky Intertidal Organisms Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Princeton University
Lauren Yamane M.S. 2008 Contrasting Responses of an Intertidal Predator to Aerial and Aquatic Body Temperatures Ph.D. Student, University of California, Davis
Karl Castillo Ph.D. 2008 Thermal history, benthic composition, and coral physiological response: A comparison between inner lagoon reef and outer barrier reef conspecifics Postdoctoral Research Associate,
  M.S. 2003 Effects of elevated seawater temperature on the Scleractinian Coral Montastraea annularis from the inner and outer reefs of Southern Belize University ofNorth Carolina, Chapel Hill
Jen Jost Ph.D. 2007 The morphological determinants of body temperature in the Atlantic Ribbed Mussel, Geukensia demissa, and their effects on mortality and growth rate Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois
Kim Schneider Ph.D. 2006 The role of abiotic factors in intertidal selection: A comparison between an invader and its sibling species Director, Office of Undergraduate Research;
Research Associate, Biology Department;
University of Central Florida
Lauren Szathmary M.S. 2006 Predicting direct and indirect effects of climate change on a predator-prey pair in the rocky intertidal eocsystem Ph.D. Student, Brown University
Maxine Henry M.S. 2005 Modeling environmental effects of body temperature of an intertidal saltmarsh snail (Ilyanassa obsoletaSay) Lab Manager, University of South Carolina
Post-Doctoral Researchers
Name Years Current Position
Sylvain Pincebourde 2006-2007 CNRS Research Scientist, IRBI
Sarah Gilman 2004-2005 Assistant Professor of Biology, Joint Science Department of the Claremont Colleges
Undergraduate Researchers
Name Years Lab Positions
Nick Burnett 2009-2012 Undergraduate Researcher, Independent Project
Rachel Herrin 2010 Magellan Research Grant, Independent Project
Rachel Price 2012 Undergraduate Researcher, Indpendent Project
Catherine Bowler 2011-2012 Undergraduate Researcher, Indpendent Project
Alyson Tockstein 2008-2010 Lab Technician, Research Assistant
Maggie Brilhart 2008-2009 REU Student
Karly Miller 2008-2009 Senior Honors Thesis
Lauren Van Thiel 2006 Howard Hughes Undergraduate Fellow, Publication
Anne-Marie Laura 2005-2006 Honors Thesis
Lindsay Watson 2005 REU Student, Rising Tide Program
Jake Adams 2004-2006 Independent Project
Nouran Ragaban 2004 Rising Tide Program
Callie Van Koughnet 2004 REU Student
Lisa Wickliffe 2003 Independent Project
Denise Strickland 2002-2003 Honors Thesis, REU Student
Katrina Nylund 2002 Howard Hughes Undergraduate Fellow
Justin Tisdale 2002 REU Student
Tara Fitzhenry 2001-2002 Howard Hughes Undergraduate Fellow, Publication
Christie Stephans 2001 REU Student
Nicole Moore 2000-2001 Honors Thesis, Howard Hughes Undergraduate Fellow
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