3 papers accepted!

Some papers were excepted! I’ve never published in The American Biology Teacher and now 3 are in the queue! So excited to share all of this work and very proud of all the hard-working co-authors. I’m not sure when they’ll come out so stay tuned. Congrats all around!

3. Kane EA, Broder ED, Warnock AC, Butler CM, Judish AL, Angeloni LM, Ghalambor CK (In press) Small fish, big questions: inquiry kits for teaching evolution. The American Biology Teacher.

2. Braude S, Margulis S, Broder ED (In pressThe study of animal behavior provides valuable opportunities for original science fair projects: recommendations from the Animal Behavior Society Education Committee. The American Biology Teacher.

1. Broder EDAngeloni LM, Simmons S, Warren S, Knudson KD, Ghalambor CK (In press) Authentic science with live organisms can improve evolution education. The American Biology Teacher.

Practice makes perfect

My colleague at DU, Claudia Hallagan, came with me to Bella Romero to be a practice judge. All of the students in the Science Club got to practice presenting our poster and answering Claudia’s tough questions.


Article out!

We made the cover of Animal Conservation this month! We used Trinidadian guppies in a mesocosm experiment to test the effects of divergent immigrants on population fitness. Our original article and response letter can be found in the issue.

It’s a pleasure to work with such a great team- John AK, Sarah Fitzpatrick, Lisa Angeloni, Emily Ruell, and Chris Funk.