• Check us out at GSA!
    Our lab will be presenting 2 posters at the GSA meeting in Pittsburgh. Stop by and say hi! Tuesday, October 17; D 25: Recent Developments in Paleoecology; Booth 90 Rueckl, K, Park Boush, L., Cooley, K., Cohen, A., Blashak, A., Robakiewicz, E., and Hall, C. 2023. What makes the alae grow? Assessing morphological response in […]
    Posted on October 12, 2023
  • We are recruiting new graduate students!
    NSF Funded Graduate Degree Opportunity in Paleobiology Park Boush Lab Support for either a MS or PhD to work on NSF funded project—”Collaborative Research: BoCP-Implementation: The impact of climate change on functional biodiversity across spatiotemporal scales at Lake Tanganyika, Africa.“ This project involves testing hypotheses of food web response to climate change using ostracodes as […]
    Posted on October 12, 2023
  • Congratulations to Dr. Elena Robakiewicz!
    Congratulations to Dr. Elena Robakiewicz who successfully defended her dissertation “Environment and Lake Systems Across Africa: Understanding the Relationship between Environments, Lakes, and Hominins” this summer! Elena is the first student at UConn and the department to complete a dual degree with her Cotutelle between UConn and Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen in Germany. She begins […]
    Posted on August 23, 2023