Steve Wallace's Graduate Students
East Tennessee State University


Students who's committee I am chairing

Aaron Abernathy: Started in the Fall of 2008

Working these title: Functional Morphology of the sagittal crest of Tapirus polkensis at the Gray Fossil Site, TN and correlations to other skeletal features vital in mastication

Email: juliusfan902004@yahoo.com

 

Matt Gibson: Started in the Fall of 2008

Working these title: Evaluation of Tapirus (Mammalia: Perissodactyla) Characters and Character States

Email: crimsonblade241@yahoo.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Picture is of Matt in Goosecreek, SC helping excavate a sloth femur.

 

Patrick Hawkins: Started in the Fall of 2008

Working these title: Form and Function of Vestigial Metatarsals in Neogene Tapirus

Email: hawkins.patrick@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Picture is of Patrick dissecting a marsupial manus.



Students who's committee I am only a member

Grant Boardman                      

Working these title: Characterizing Ontogenetic Morphological Change In The Trunk Vertebrae Of Ambystoma: Implications For Fossil Site Paleoecological Interpretation.

Email: grant128@hotmail.com     

                

 

Keila Bredehoeft    

Working these title: Osteological variation in extant Cryptobranchus alleghaniensis and its implication for fossil forms

Email: excalibutter@hotmail.com      

 

 

Jodi Crabtree  

Working these title: Osteological variation in extant Cryptobranchus alleghaniensis and its implication for fossil forms

Email: imperial_nova_02@yahoo.com

      

 

 

Will Gelnaw   

Working these title:

Email: wgelnaw@gmail.com                           

 

 

Kristina Raymond: Started in the Fall of 2008   

Working these title: A Complete Revision of the Pleistocene Bison of Northern Mexico

Email: ktinasaurus@gmail.com

 

                           

 

 

Hope Sheets    

Working these title:

Email: hasheets@msn.com

 

 

Jeremy Stout: Started in Fall 2007

Working these title: Skeletal Morphology and Systematics of Fossil Alligator from the Late Pliocene Haile 7G Site of Florida                                                  

Current Interests: Paleontology, comparative morphology, and evolution of the extant archosaurs (birds and crocodilians). 

Email: biostout@gmail.com

 


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