Accepted Students Day was a big success. Students in the lab talked to a lot of people about the Bard experience and what we study in the lab. Check out photos on the Teaching page! Thanks for all your hard work Liam, Isa and Sarah. Stay tuned for updates on all our experiments.
It has been a busy winter as the lab has been working hard to get several experiments up and running. We welcome the wonderful Sarah Moser, who has joined the group for the new semester. Future events include planning for Accepted Students Day and a trip back to Kansas this summer.
It’s been a busy fall! We have a new technician (welcome, Natalie!), completed a cold but successful field trip to Kansas, submitted Liz’s senior project for publication, and two members of the lab are coauthors on a new paper!
A terrific and productive summer of data collection just came to a close. Many thanks to Sarah, Lucy, Liam, and Isa for their terrific work all summer!
Students in the Field Methods in Ecology course are starting a blog! To follow their spring break adventure in Costa Rica, check it out here!
Article written by senior project student Liz Miller — congrats Liz! writing-the-alphabet-of-life/
Field research in Kansas commences, with two fabulous Bard students (Kara Kuhn and Jewel Smith). And, the very lucky Collins lab welcomes back Lauren Bizzari — lead technician extraordinaire.
Rogers & Collins now in press! Congrats, Julia!
NSF awarded for fragmentation and fungi research! Summer 2017 will be the inaugural NSF-funded field season. Kansas, here we come!
Julia’s paper accepted for publication in Northeastern Naturalist. Nice work, Julia!
New paper in press for special issue on fragmentation in Ecography (look for it in January!)
Julia’s senior thesis manuscript has been submitted for publication. Congrats (and good luck!)
We’ve moved! The Collins Lab is now at Bard College . Come visit us in the beautiful Hudson Valley!
Lauren’s paper accepted in Forest Ecology and Management! Congratulations, Lauren!
Science Advances paper published!
Julia Rogers (’16) presents at ESA!