Selected Faculty Publications and Achievements
- “Student’s Perceptions of FSBio 201, A CURE-Based Course that Scaffolds Research and Scientific Communication, Align with Learning Outcomes.” (Yee Mon Thu, Lauren B. French, Bradley M. Hersh, Margaret K. Nelson, Lisa B. Whitenack)Integrative and Comparative Biology, 2021, 61:944-956, https://doi.org/
- “Infection with Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis reduces salamander capacity to mount a cell-mediated immune response” (Published in the Journal of Experimental Zoology, Part A: Ecological and Integrative Physiology by Dr. Matt Venesky and Corey Laskey ’20) The paper can be accessed here.
- “Trends in Chondrichthyan Research: An Analysis of Three Decades of Conference Abstracts” The paper can be freely accessed here. (Published in Copeia by Dr. Lisa Whitenack)
- 2018-19 Crawford County Community Health Needs Assessment, developed and administered by a team of undergraduate research students at Allegheny College under the supervision of Dr. Becky Smullin Dawson, PhD MPH
- 511: Dr. Lisa Whitenack: Getting Straight to the Point Studying the Shape and Function of Shark Teeth
- “An F-Box/WD-40 repeat-containing protein important for Dictyostelium cell-type proportioning, slug behaviour, and culmination.” (by Dr. Margaret Nelson) The paper can be accessed here.
- “White tail spots and tail-flicking behavior enhance foraging performance in the Hooded Warbler.” (Published in Auk: Ornithological Advances by Dr. Ronald Mumme) The paper can be accessed here.
- “Comparative jumping mechanics in plethodontid salamanders.” (Published in The Journal of Zoology by Dr. Lisa Whitenack) The paper can be accessed here.
- “Did shell-crushing crabs trigger an esaclatory arms race in the aftermath of a Late Neogene regional mass extinction event?” (Published in Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology by Dr. Lisa Whitenack) The paper can be accessed here.
- “Co-varying impacts of land use and non-native brown trout on fish communities in small streams.” (Published in Freshwater Biology by Dr. Scott Wissinger, Mark Kirk ’17, Brandon Goeller ’17 and Leslie Rieck ’17)
- Layin’ Down Grooves on the Tenure Track: the Wide World of Faculty Bands