On September 22, 2010, we were honored to have one of the greatest evolutionary biologists of our time, E. O. Wilson, visited our bat research lab. This was the first time Dr. Wilson had ever held a living bat.
Professor Thomas H. Kunz, Boston University
On 29 April 2011 Dr. Thomas H. Kunz from Boston University visited the bat research lab where we filmed young bats learning to fly and he gave a School of Biological Sciences presentation on Aeroecology, a field he originated and continues to grow.
Dr. Scott C. Pedersen, South Dakota State University
In September 2009, Dr. Pedersen visited the bat lab to observe our live breeding colonies of Jamaican and Short-tailed fruit bats
Rob Mies, Organization for Bat Conservation
In Fall 2013, Rob Mies visited with his cadry of bats to give talk to our biology majors.
Dr. Joel Berger, University of Montana
In Fall 2014, Dr. Joel Berger, world renounced conservation od large mammals specialist visited and gave a talk to the School of Biological Sciences entitled: Interfacing science with conservation on big animals in an increasingly warm and populated world.