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Liam Cullinane

M.S. Student

Department of Integrative Biology
University of Colorado - Denver

Liam is interested in pollinator health and sustainability within urban environments. He will be focusing his research on urban ecology, as well as pollinator diversity and health in Denver.

Katherine Fu

Ph.D. Student

Department of Integrative Biology​
University of Colorado - Denver
Katherine is planning a career in plant ecology and conservation. Specifically, she is interested in focusing on research questions related to restoration, plant communities, succession and plant/animal interactions.

Mandi Miller

M.S. Student

Department of Integrative Biology
University of Colorado - Denver

Mandi is interested in conservation and restoration ecology. She is researching restoration of rangelands on plots made at Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farms.

Gary Olds

Ph.D. Student

Department of Integrative Biology
University of Colorado – Denver

Gary is interested in environmental science and biodiversity. His research focuses on fungal diversity in the Colorado Rockies. Specifically, he is looking at the systematics and diversity of the fungal genus Lactarius.

Emily Orr

M.S. Student

Department of Integrative Biology
University of Colorado - Denver

Emily’s interests lie in how plant conservationists and land managers can use genetic assessments to inform their management strategies from in situ conservation to restoration seed-sourcing techniques.

Margo Paces

M.S. Student

Department of Integrative Biology
University of Colorado - Denver

Margo studies stream restoration along Deer Creek at Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farms. She quantifies plant communities along the riparian corridor to gauge the effectiveness of restoration efforts.