Sara Weinstein Sara Weinstein began her involvement while taking Natural History of the Vertebrates in the Spring of 2006 when she was a junior. She also started attending “Herp Group” which is an evening seminar series on reptiles and amphibians, and
Linda Weingarten Linda Weingarten became involved in the museum in through the BSP in the fall of 2006 soon after she graduated from UC Berkeley. She was looking to gain more experience in laboratory work, and gain additional job skills in
Jack Tung Jack Tung has worked with Carla Cicero (Collections Curator of Birds) since his first semester at Berkeley in the fall 2005 as a work study student. He spent his time assisting in the study of the phylogeny of
Shanna Tucker Shanna Tucker began working in the museum in the Fall of 2007, her sophomore year. She started as a Museum Lab Assistant, with the daunting job of helping process hundreds of skeletons through the Dermestid beetle colony in the
Ann Trapaga Ann Trapaga began working as a tuco-wrangler and researcher in the Lacey Lab at the end of the spring 2007 semester in her junior year. She helped collect estrous cycle data for graduate student Julie Woodruff over the summer
Pascal Title Pascal Title became involved in the MVZ in the spring of 2007 his junior year. He began by working with Michelle Koo to georeference localities for the MVZ in our Map Room and also volunteered on Cal Day.