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Jaclyn Aliperti won the Lubee Bat Conservation Award at NASBR

[caption id="attachment_493" align="alignleft" width="300"] Jackie Aliperti studying bat-fruit interactions in Baja in July 2014[/caption] Congratulations to Jaclyn Aliperti for winning the Lubee Bat Conservation Award at the North American Society of Bat Research meeting.  Jackie's presentation was on frugivorous behavior of pallid bats in Baja.  Jackie spent summer 2014 recording bat behavior at cardon fruit at our long-term research sites near Loreto, Baja California Sur to understand mutualistic relationships between bats...

Women in Science Breakfast at NASBR

On Friday morning, we held the second annual Women in Science breakfast at the North American Society of Bat Research meeting.  The breakfast was a big hit - we had 87 people show up for breakfast, including 9 men.  We discussed 5 challenges that women in science face - Imposter Syndrome, Putting your Best Self Forward, Negotiating for Success, Recognizing Implicit Gender Bias, and Gender Bias in Invitationals and Awards....

Frick Lab members present their research at NASBR

The Frick lab members and affiliates are contributing a lot of research talks and posters at NASBR this year.  UCSC graduate student Tina Cheng talked about part of her PhD research on the environmental reservoir of Pseudogymnoascus destructans.  UC Davis graduate student Jaclyn Aliperti presented on her work on frugivory behavior in pallid bats in Baja.  Simon Topp presented on our project on winter ecology of bats in Sequoia National Park....

The 45th North American Symposium of Bat Research begins!

The Frick Lab is excited for the start of the 45th Annual meeting of the North American Society of Bat Research.  The meeting is held this year close to home in beautiful Monterey, California.  Looking forward to seeing the community of bat researchers! ...