Students

I’ve had the pleasure of mentoring some amazing undergraduates!

Colorado State University

(*independent project, **thesis)

Janine Whitney,  Sharron Bannick*, Anna Perez-Umphrey**, Sarah Westrick**, Katie Kirk*, Sean Streich, Simone Saldanha, Faith Robison, Mike Lolley*, Steve Schnackenberg*, Boyd Hammond*, Noah Mitchell, Austin Broberg**, Molly Jonas*, Erin Terrio*, Sara Grossett*, Luke Beckett*, Delaney Laughlin, Cassandra Welch**, Chris Kopack**, Emily Mensch**

University of Denver

Brian Oberlis*, Kirsten Fetrow** (awarded IRISE summer research grant 2017), Kallie Feldhaus** (awarded PinS summer research grant 2017), Lindsay Todd*, Lisa Keim*, Eva Lowell*, Matt Driscoll*, Adam Irvine*

Student manuscripts

(undergraduates underlined throughout)

6. Mensch EL, Kronenberger JA, Broder ED, Funk WC, Angeloni LM. (In prep: draft available) Enhanced reproductive effort of immigrants into laboratory populations of Trinidadian guppies.

5. Westrick SEBroder ED, Reznick DN, Ghalambor CK, Angeloni LM (In review) Rapid evolution and behavioral plasticity in an environment with reduced predation risk. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 

4. Todd L, Keim L, Broder ED. (In review) The game of life and death: an inquiry evolution activity for elementary school. The American Biology Teacher, Inquiry and Investigation section.

3. Irvine AR, Lowell E, Driscoll MJ, Broder ED. (In Press) Selection curves on a case-by-case basis. The Center for Case Study Teaching in Science.

2. Kopack CKBroder ED, Fetherman ER, Lepak J, and Angeloni LM (2016) The effect of a single pre-release exposure to conspecific alarm cue on post-stocking survival in three strains of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Canadian Journal of Zoology.

1. Kopack CJ, Broder ED, Lepak JS, Fetherman ER, and Angeloni LM (2015) Chemical cues of predation induce anti-predator behavior in naïve rainbow trout: implications for training hatchery-reared fish. Fisheries Research. 169: 1-7.

Student presentations

Feldhaus KV, Broder ED, Lehto WR, Hallagan CJ, Gurule-Small GA, Wilson JD, Tinghitella RM. 2018. Wingin’ it: the evolution of a new mating signal. Front Range Student Ecology Symposium (FRSES). Fort Collins, CO.  AWARDED BEST undergraduate poster.

Fetrow K, Broder EDMurphy S, Hart Q, Hoffman J, Tinghitella R. 2018. Effects of summer camps on preconceived notions of careers in STEM. FRSES. AWARDED FIRST RUNNER-UP best undergraduate poster. 

Fetrow K, Broder EDMurphy S, Tinghitella R, Hart Q, and Hoffman J. 2017. Effects of summer camps on preconceived notions of careers in STEM. Entomological Society of America. Denver, CO. Poster presentation. 

Kopack CJ, Broder ED, Fetherman ER, Lepak JM, Angeloni LM. 2016. Rainbow Trout post-stocking survival is not increased by a single exposure to distress cues en route to stocking. FRSES. Fort Collins, CO. Poster presentation. Awarded CSU Ventures innovation prize.

Mensch EL, Kronenberger JA, Broder ED, Funk WC, Angeloni LM. 2016. The effects of immigration on mating behavior in Trinidadian guppies. FRSES. Fort Collins, CO. Poster presentation.

Kopack CJ AND Broder ED, Lepak JM, Fetherman ER, Angeloni LM. 2015. Sending fish to school could save lives and money. Guild of Rocky mountain Ecologists and Evolutionary Biologists. Boulder, CO. Oral presentation.

Kopack CJ, Broder ED, Lepak JM, Fetherman ER, Angeloni LM. 2014. Chemical cues of predation induce anti-predator behavior in naive rainbow trout: implications for training hatchery-reared fish. Colorado Wyoming American Fisheries Society Meeting. Laramie, WY. Poster presentation.

Kopack CJ, Broder ED, Lepak JM, Fetherman ER, Angeloni LM. 2014. Chemical cues of predation induce anti-predator behavior in naive rainbow trout: implications for training hatchery-reared fish. FRSES. Fort Collins, CO. Poster presentation. AWARDED BEST undergraduate poster.

Welch C, Broder ED, Fitzpatrick SW, Funk CW, Angeloni LM. 2014. Effects of gene flow on color and body size in guppies. FRSES. Fort Collins, CO. Poster presentation.

Westrick S, Broder ED, Angeloni LM. 2013. Do female preferences exhibit rapid evolution or developmental plasticity with changes in predation? Animal Behavior Society Meeting. Boulder, CO. Poster presentation.

Perez-Umphrey A, Broder ED, Angeloni LM. 2013. Rapid evolution and developmental plasticity in the behavior of the Trinidadian guppy. Animal Behavior Society Meeting. Boulder, CO. Poster presentation.

Laughlin D, Broder ED, Angeloni LM. 2013. Learning in male Trinidadian guppies. Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity Showcase (CURC). Fort Collins, CO. Poster presentation.

Beckett L, Broder ED, Angeloni LM. 2013. The effect of predation risk on boldness in the Trinidadian guppy. CURC. Fort Collins, CO. Poster presentation.

Perez-Umphrey A, Broder ED, Angeloni LA. 2013. Rapid evolution and developmental plasticity in the behavior of the Trinidadian guppy. FRSES. Fort Collins, CO. Oral presentation.

Terrio E, *Grossett S, Broder ED, Angeloni LM. 2013. Exploratory behavior is a guppy population reared in an environment with or without predator cues. FRSES. Fort Collins, CO. Poster presentation.

Jonas M, Broder ED, Angeloni LM. 2013. The effect of predation risk on boldness in guppies: Sex matters. FRSES. Fort Collins, CO. Poster presentation. 

Kopack C, Broder ED, Angeloni LM. 2013. Do predation risk, sex, and developmental stage affect the use of habitat structure in the Trinidadian guppy? FRSES. Fort Collins, CO. Poster presentation.

Westrick S, Broder ED, Angeloni LA.  2013. Developmental plasticity and rapid evolution of female preference in the Trinidadian guppy. FRSES. Fort Collins, CO. Oral presentation.

Broberg A, Broder ED, 2012. Exploring laterality in the Trinidadian guppy. CURC. Fort Collins, CO. Poster presentation.

Hammond B, *Westrick S, Broder ED, Angeloni LA. 2012. Do guppies establish a dominance hierarchy in foraging? FRSES. Fort Collins, CO. Poster presentation. AWARDED FIRST RUNNER-UP undergraduate poster.

Kirk K, Broder ED, Angeloni LA. 2012. Investigating plasticity of the intromittent organ in guppies. FRSES. Fort Collins, CO. Poster presentation. AWARDED FIRST RUNNER-UP undergraduate poster.

Perez-Umphrey A, Broder ED, Angeloni LA. 2012. Evidence that rearing environment affects time budgets in guppies. FRSES. Fort Collins, CO. Oral presentation.  AWARDED FIRST RUNNER-UP undergraduate presentation.

Bannick S, Broder ED, Angeloni LA. 2011. Behavioral plasticity in response to perceived predation risk in the Trinidadian guppy. FRSES. Fort Collins, CO. Poster presentation.

Lolley M, Handelsman C, Ruell E, Broder ED, Ghalambor CK. 2011. Rearing density influences life skills in the Trinidadian guppy. Colorado State University Undergraduate Research Symposium. Fort Collins, CO: Poster presentation.

Schnackenberg S, Handelsman C, Ruell E, Broder ED, Ghalambor CK. 2011. Swim performance in male Trinidadian guppy hybrids from two different predation regimes. Colorado State University Undergraduate Research Symposium. Fort Collins, CO: Poster presentation.

 K-12 student poster presentations

Bella Romero Academy (8th grade), Guilbert K, Broder ED. 2018. Zombie apocalypse! Can guppies learn to survive the threat? Front Range Student Ecology Symposium (FRSES). Fort Collins, CO

Bella Romero Academy (8th grade), Guilbert K, Broder ED2017. To hide or not to hide: domestic and wild guppy preferences for microhabitat. FRSES. Fort Collins, CO

Bella Romero Academy (8th grade), Guilbert K, Broder ED, Angeloni LM. 2016. Guppy responses to predator cues targeted to different senses. FRSES. Fort Collins, CO. Awarded BEST graduate poster.

Bella Romero Academy (8th grade), Guilbert K, Broder ED, Angeloni LM. 2015. Exploratory behavior of domestic and wild guppies. FRSES. Fort Collins, CO.

Bella Romero Elementary Science Lunch Group (5th grade), Guilbert K, Broder ED, Angeloni LM. 2014. Feeding preferences in guppies. FRSES. Fort Collins, CO.

Bella Romero Elementary Science Lunch Group (5th grade), Guilbert K, Broder ED, Angeloni LM. 2013. Do guppy homes affect the way they interact with predators? FRSES. Fort Collins, CO.

Lopez Elementary (4th-grade), Broder ED, Delehoy B, Angeloni LM. 2012. Guppies foraging without and with a predator smell. FRSES. Fort Collins, CO.

Bella Romero Elementary (4th-grade), Guilbert K, Broder ED, Angeloni LM. 2012. Guppy reactions to predators. FRSES. Fort Collins, CO.

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Science Club presents at FRSES 2018

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