Allie Denham of San Antonio, a senior biology major at Angelo State University, won the top prize for her undergraduate research poster at the recent annual meeting of the Texas Society of Mammalogists (TSM) at the Texas Tech University Llano River Field Station in Junction.
Dr. Loren Ammerman of the Angelo State University biology faculty has teamed with two of her students and three other researchers from Cameron University to publish the results of their research on Eastern red bats in the Journal of Heredity, the flagship publication of the American Genetic Association.
Three Angelo State University faculty members have been awarded Endowed University Professorships that will provide them with additional funding to support their research and/or creative endeavors.
Angelo State University’s Department of Biology has received a $6,918 grant from the Concho Valley Workforce Development Board to promote science education in the local community through the Angelo State Natural History Collections (ASNHC).
For a record ninth time, Angelo State University’s Epsilon Sigma chapter of the Beta Beta Beta (Tri-Beta) national biological honor society has been named the recipient of the Lloyd M. Bertholf Award as the top chapter in the nation for the 2017-18 academic year.
Virginia Jaquish of Granville, Ohio, a graduate student in the Angelo State University Biology Department, won the top prize for her research presentation at the annual meeting of the Texas Society of Mammalogists (TSM) Feb. 8-10 at the Texas Tech University Llano River Field Station in Junction.
Dr. Loren Ammerman, a professor of biology at Angelo State University, has joined with three ASU alumni and two other researchers to publish the first-ever comprehensive field identification guide for all 51 species of bats that currently inhabit the U.S.
The ASU Biology Department’s Angelo State Natural History Collections (ASNHC) is prominently featured in a research article published in the December 2018 issue of the Journal of Mammalogy, the flagship publication of the American Society of Mammalogists.
Dr. Robert Dowler, a professor of biology at Angelo State University, has been awarded a three-year, $421,611 contract by the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts (TCPA) to conduct a research project dealing with plains spotted skunks in East Texas.