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[photo]Tracking in the Galápagos - Reception

[photo]Tracking in the Galápagos is an exhibition of photographs by Jenny Howard. The exhibition spans the first and second floors of the atrium at Wake Downtown, filling the space with images of the diverse animals and landscapes of the Galápagos Islands. This event celebrates Jenny's achievements as artist and biologist. 


Jenny Howard is a Biology PhD candidate working with Dr. David Anderson at Wake Forest University, whose research focuses on the evolutionary and behavioral ecology of birds, specifically the Nazca booby (Sula granti) breeding on Isla Española in the Galápagos Archipelago. Her dissertation research focuses on the foraging behavior of Nazca boobies: how do the birds find fish and how does that ability change with age? Graduating from Kenyon College in 2009, she participated in field work with a range of biological projects, from forest ecology in Guam to Atlantic puffins in Maine, before starting her PhD.

Thursday, September 6, 2018 at 5:00pm to 7:00pm

Wake Downtown, Atrium, lvl. 2
455 Vine Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101

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Arts & Entertainment, Visual Art, Academics, Exhibit, General, Community


Academics, Art, Biology, Administrative, START Gallery

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Alumni, Faculty, General Public, Parents/Guests, Staff, Students, First-Year Students, Prospective Students


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Jay Buchanan

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