Third-year Ph.D. evolutionary biology graduate student Phoebe Cook (left in photo) and third-year evolutionary biology major Olivia Baker have had their “Double Hoo” summer research award renewed. The award funds "research collaborations between undergraduate and graduate students. Each project receives up to $6,000 toward research expenses, funded through the Robert C. Taylor Fund". Phoebe and Olivia study "the social interactions of the forked fungus beetle, Bolitotherus cornutus, to investigate the evolution of social networks". To read more, please click here.
Phoebe Cook and Olivia Baker Have "Double Hoo" Research Grant Renewed