Kimberly Howell successfully defended her dissertation “How does variation in a mating trait evolve? Insights from studies of color signals and their perception in a highly polymorphic poison frog” on December 1st, 2022. She will be graduating from the University of Pittsburgh with a PhD in Ecology and Evolution! Congratulations Dr. Howell!
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