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Publications

Connors PK, Lanier HC, Erb LP, Varner J, Dizney L, Flaherty EA, Duggan JM, Yahnke CJ, Hanson JD. (2021). Connected while distant: Networking CUREs across classrooms to create community and empower students. Integrative and Comparative Biology. DOI: 10.1093/icb/icab146. https://doi.org/10.1093/icb/icab146

 

Dizney L, Varner J, Duggan JM, Lanier HC, Connors PK, Erb LP, Flaherty EA, Yahnke CJ, Hanson JD. (2021) Squirreling from afar: Adapting Squirrel-Net modules for remote teaching and learning. CourseSource. https://doi.org/10.24918/cs.2021.2

 

Duggan JM, Varner J, Lanier HC, Flaherty EA, Dizney L, Yahnke CJ, Connors PK, Erb LP, Hanson JD. (2020). Squirrels in Space: Using radio telemetry to explore the space use and movement of sciurid rodents. CourseSource. https://doi.org/10.24918/cs.2020.25  

 

Yahnke CJ, Dizney L, Varner J, Duggan JM, Erb LP, Lanier HC, Flaherty EA, Connors PK, Hanson JD. (2020). Sorry to eat and run: A lesson for testing trade-offs in squirrel behavior using Giving Up Densities (GUD). CourseSource. https://doi.org/10.24918/cs.2020.30 

 

Connors PK, Varner J, Dizney L, Flaherty EA, Lanier HC, Duggan JM, Erb LP, Hanson J, Yahnke CJ. (2020). Squirreling Around for Science: Using behavioral observations of sciurid rodents to investigate trade-offs. CourseSource.  https://doi.org/10.24918/cs.2020.7 

 

Varner J, Lanier HC, Duggan JM, Dizney L, Flaherty E, Connors PK, Erb LP, Yahnke C, Hanson JD. (2020) How many squirrels are in the shrubs? A lesson for comparing methods for population estimation. CourseSource. https://doi.org/10.24918/cs.2020.6 

 

Dizney L, Connors PK, Varner J, Duggan JM, Lanier HC, Erb LP, Flaherty EA, Hanson JD, Yahnke C. (2020). An introduction to the Squirrel-Net Teaching Modules. CourseSource. https://doi.org/10.24918/cs.2020.26 

 

Flaherty EA, Varner J, Duggan JM, Connors PK, and other Squirrel-Net authors. (2019). A CURE for the common course: Course-based Undergraduate Research Experiences  Could Benefit Wildlife Undergraduates. The Wildlife Professional. 13: 32-35. https://wildlife.org/dbadmin/twp_archive/Nov_Dec_2019.pdf (pages 32-35)