Current Graduate Students and Staff at the University of Missouri


Graduate Students


Hadley Boehm (Ph.D. student)

Dissertation: Evaluation of Striped bass stocking in Bull Shoals Lake.
M.S., University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (Fisheries)
M.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison (Environment and Resources)
B.S., Alma College
Email: hibhr5@mail.missouri.edu

John Brant (M.S. Student)

Thesis: Habitat use and distribution of lithophilic and riffle fishes in the East Fork Black River
B.S., Kansas State University
Email: brantjd@missouri.edu

Mike Thomas (M.S. Student)

Thesis: Field Verification of Electrofishing Immobilization Thresholds of Smallmouth Bass, Flathead Catfish, and Blue Catfish
B.S., University of Idaho
Email: msthomas@mail.missouri.edu

 

Michael Moore (Ph.D. Student)

Thesis: Habitat selection and dispersal of Lake Sturgeon in Missouri River tributaries

M.S., Virginia Tech University

B.S., University of Missouri
Email: mjmhx5@mail.missouri.edu

Personal website: https://mynameisfulvescens.com/

 

Nick Sievert (Ph.D. Student)

Dissertation: Effects of climate change and habitat fragmentation on stream fish
M.S., University of Missouri, Columbia
B.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison
Email: nas4tf@mail.mizzou.edu
Personal website: http://nicholassievert.wix.com/nicksievert

Emily Tracy-Smith (Research Specialist/Ph.D. student)

2011-present
Topic: Ecological flow linkages for Missouri
M.S., University of Missouri
B.S., University of Florida
Email: tracysmithe@missouri.edu

 

 


Post-Doctoral Researchers


Garth Linder

2014 - present
Research: Effects of climate change on river floodplains
Ph.D., University of Maryland
M.S., Indiana University
B.S., Indiana University
email: lindnerg@missouri.edu

Ralph Tingley

2017 - present
Research: Quantifying the cost of replacing inland recreational and subsistence fisheries caused by climate change
Ph.D., Michigan State University
M.S., Michigan State University
B.S., University of Conneticut
email: tingley@missouri.edu

 

Jane Rogosch

Jane Rogosch

2020 - present
Research: Effective Landscape Conservation in Priority Geographies: Coordinating Existing Tools to Assist Managers with Conservation Decisions
Ph.D., University of Washington
M.S., Kansas State University
B.S., University of New Mexico
email: jfencl@uw.edu


Research Staff


Brandon Brooke

2014-present
Topic: Lake Sturgeon movements in Missouri River tributaries
B.S., University of Missouri
Email: brookeb@missouri.edu