August 2020: I gave a talk at NAOC 2020, "Niche dynamics and ecological drivers of migration in an insectivorous owl" that won the A Brazier Howell award for best presentation!
July 2020: I gave a public-facing talk for the Colorado Field Ornithologists' virtual annual meeting - you can view the entire talk here.
June 3, 2020: Check out our new paper about improving inference in ecology with modeling before data collection even begins.
October 21, 2019: I will be giving a short talk on Flammulated Owl migration at the CU Denver Graduate Student Seminar series. Talk will be at noon in Room 2001 in the Science building. August/September 2019: Alli Pierce, Mike Wunder, and I will be leading a two-day workshop on occupancy modeling at the CECAM 2019 Conference in Mérida, Yucatán August 31 - September 1. Find out more here.
August 2019: I had the chance to talk with Dr. Roland Kays about some of my Flammulated Owl research and the conversation was featured as an episode of the Wild Animals podcast. Find that episode (and all the other episodes) here.
November 2018: My public dissertation proposal presentation is scheduled for the afternoon of November 16, 2018. More details to follow.
September 2018: Blog post coauthored with Elizabeth Pansing published on Rapid Ecology: "Everything is a Model". We outline the basic structure of scientific inference and remind readers that all inference is conditioned on a researcher-proposed model.
Fall 2018: I am excited to be organizing the inaugural year of the University of Colorado Denver, Department of Integrative Biology Graduate Student Seminar Series. These events are open to the public and will host a variety of student and invited speakers. Check the UCD Dept. of Intergrative Biology website for information about upcoming events!
August 2018: I gave an oral presentation at the Ecological Society of America's annual conference in New Orleans, LA entitled: "Check yourself: using agent-based models to test the logic of hypotheses". Look for the draft manuscript associated with this talk to be posted this fall.
April 2018: I gave an oral presentation to the American Ornithological Society's annual meeting in Tucson, AZ entitled: "Home-range scale habitat selection patterns do not necessarily imply home-range scale decisions."