Alycia Reynolds Lackey
I am a evolutionary and behavioral ecologist
with strong interests in conservation.
In my Ph.D. research, I explored how new species form and persist,
especially in the context of environmental change and hybridization
in stickleback fish.
In my postdoc, I'm working to understand fitness consequences of different life histories
and the maintenance of polymorphism in salamanders.
I also have strong interests in teaching, mentoring, and conducting research
with undergraduates. I have taught in seven different courses, mentored twelve
undergraduates in research, completed a teaching certificate,
and worked with K-12 students and teachers.
My other passions include dancing, hiking, and enjoying nature.
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