Aalund, Murielle

Murielle Aalund

Research Associate, Boughman Lab
Ackles, Acacia

Acacia Ackles

Graduate Student
Aggarwal, Surinder

Surinder Aggarwal

Retired Faculty


Atkinson, James

James Atkinson

Professor - Tenure System Emeritus
Ayebare, Samuel

Samuel Ayebare

Graduate Student
Bandla, Ashoka

Ashoka Bandla

Graduate Student
Advisor: Julia Ganz
Beaver, Donald

Donald Beaver

Retired Faculty
Diana Bello-DeOcampo

Diana Bello-DeOcampo

Assistant Professor - Fixed Term
(517) 353-2933
Bernard, Joni

Joni Bernard

Adjunct Assistant Professor - Fixed Term
Bohm, Clifford

Clifford Bohm

Systems Analyst & Graduate Student
Advisor: Fred Dyer
Boughman, Janette

Janette Boughman

Professor - Tenure System
 (517) 353-8636

There are somewhere between 2 and 10 million living species on earth – possibly more. What processes create this incredible diversity? The deep and difficult question of how new species form has challenged biologists for a long time. This question is at the heart of my research program. A unifying theme of my work is to understand how an organisms’ behavior generates selection that results in diversification, and how diverse behavior itself evolves under the influence of multiple forms of selection. Behavioral traits are thus the primary phenotypes of interest, but can also be the agents of evolutionary change.