Catherine Chen (Co-Editor-in-Chief) is an evolutionary biologist and behavioral ecologist who is a PhD student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She studies how behavior can explain patterns of species distribution and evolution using two species of spadefoot toads. When not rearing toad babies or making toad robots for her research, Catherine can be found at outreach and science communication events, hiking the mountains and coast of NC, or cooking up elaborate dishes.
Emily Laub (Co-Editor-in-Chief) is an evolutionary biologist and behavioral ecologist who is a PhD student at the University of Michigan. She studies social cognition, cooperation, and sexual selection using paper wasps. Outside of the lab, she can be spotted at science outreach events, hiking, and gardening.
We are currently soliciting contributions from any and all graduate students interested in evolutionary biology!