Lab alumni

  • Hartzog

Postdoctoral researchers

Evelyn Williams, 2015-2017. Evelyn was a postdoc and remains a Co-PI on our project testing the role of phylogenetic diversity in prairie restoration. Her work encompasses plant conservation, genetics, and ecology.

Graduate students

(As major advisor in the Chicago Botanic Garden/Northwestern University Program in Plant Biology and Conservation

Rebecca Barak, Ph.D. 2017. Using trees to seed prairies: incorporating phylogenetic information to guide tallgrass prairie restoration. Becky is now a David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellow at Michigan State University, Purdue University, and Chicago Botanic Garden.

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Ryan Disney, M.S. 2016. Effects of harvest regime on an assemblage of native prairie species grown as a biofuel crop

Rebecca Tonietto, Ph.D. 2015. Effects of habitat restoration on wild bee communities. Rebecca went on to be a Smith Conservation Research Fellow and is now an assistant professor in Biology at University of Michigan-Flint.

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Paul Hartzog, Ph.D. 2015. The effects of restoration and plant community change on denitrification and investigations into denitrification measurement techniques. Paul is now a Consultant with Beghou Consulting

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Erin Vander Stelt, M.S. 2013. Isoëtes butleri Engelm.: Genetic, environmental, and ecological characteristics of Illinois populations. Erin works as a botanist on wetland projects in Michigan

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Wes Glisson, M.S. 2012. Habitat requirements and restoration targets for secretive marshbirds in southeastern Wisconsin. After working as a Research Scientist at Chicago Botanic Garden and the USGS Idaho Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Wes has returned to the lab as a Research Fellow.

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Byron Tsang, M.S. 2012. Environmental factors affecting woodland legume restoration. Byron is working in urban restoration as an Ecologist with the City of Chicago Park District

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Amy Price, M.S. 2011. Genetics and ecology of Phragmites australis invasion in Chicago-area wetlands. Amy is employed in clinical research with EMMES Corporation

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Elizabeth (Riley) Donovan, M.S. 2010. Comparison of three common wetland-assessment methods. Betsy is a biologist with the U.S. EPA

 

Undergraduate researchers

Carli Wagner (UMN UROP, 2015-2017)

Meghan Kramer (CBG REU, 2015)

Alyssa Wellman Houde (CBG REU, 2015)

Gabrielle Carr (NU, 2014–15)

Laura Bofill (CBG REU, 2012)

Hannah King (CBG REU, 2012)

Becky Cotteleer (Albion College, 2011)

Evan Eifler (UW–Madison, 2011)

Thea Klein-Mayer (NU thesis, 2011)

Lisa Mithun (NU thesis, 2011)

Tyr Wiesner-Hanks (NU, 2011)

Allegra Mount (NU thesis, 2011)

Cat Collins (DePaul University, 2010)

Joseph Boyer (CBG, 2010)

Dayani Pieri (Oakton Comm. College, 2010)

Bridgette Moen (CBG REU, 2010)

Chad Zirbel (CBG REU, 2010)

Jackie Beard (NU, 2010)

Rachel (Hesselink) Gentile (CBG REU, 2009)

Max Wilson (NU, 2009)

Michal Olszewski (LUC, 2007–2008)

Jeff Price (UM Biol. Station REU, 2007)

Cindy Stowell (LUC, 2006–2007)

Mike Lucero (San Diego State U., 2004–2005)

Tasi Rodriguez (Pt. Loma Nazarene U., 2004)