People

Our lab is lucky to have an energetic group of talented graduate student researchers, professional researchers, undergraduate research assistants, seasonal field technicians and some volunteers.  The current ET-AL staff are listed below.

People in the Lab... Coming and Going

  • The great thing about being part of a University community is the regular influx of new people, with new ideas and energy. The sad thing (for us) is that those people all eventually move on to chase their dreams....
  • 2016 marks the most significant transformation of personnel in FHC history During 2016, graduate students Alan Kasprak and Nate Hough-Snee, researchers James Hensleigh, Elijah Portugal, and Kenny DeMeurichy and GIS Technician Taylor Dudunake moved on to further their careers (where ...
    Posted Dec 28, 2016, 9:25 AM by Wally Macfarlane
  • The Newest Addition to the Lab Family... Nevermind those Child Labor Laws Our lab gurus Sara Bangen and Elijah Portugal are the proud parents (yes they're married) of a an adorable new baby girl. Although only a few days old, Elijah ...
    Posted Oct 29, 2015, 10:13 AM by Joe Wheaton
  • Alan Kasprak successfully defends PhD, and accepts new position ET-AL doctoral student Alan Kasprak successfully defended his dissertation earlier this year. He is now starting a two-year Mendenhall Postdoc Fellowship with the USGS Grand Canyon Monitoring and ...
    Posted Aug 31, 2016, 10:03 AM by Chalese Hafen
  • Jeannine Huenemann leaving After working with the ET-AL staff for nearly a year as a business/marketing manager, she has recently joined USU’s Ecology Center. She is now working on the ...
    Posted Oct 29, 2015, 10:13 AM by Joe Wheaton
  • Chalese Hafen joins ET-AL With a recently completed Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Science from USU, Chalese now works with us as a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technician. Most recently, she monitored brine shrimp ...
    Posted Sep 1, 2015, 8:39 AM by Jeannine Huenemann
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