Final Sorting Party
The final sorting party of the school year will take place Sunday, June 3 from 11a–2p at the Burke Museum. So far this year participants have made a number of exciting discoveries, including mammal teeth, Triceratops and T. rex teeth, and salamander and lizard vertebrae. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 31 to secure your spot. We hope to see you there!
Come see fossil preparators at the Burke work on the spectacular Tufts-Love Rex at the upcoming Fossil Fridays event! This exceptionally well-preserved specimen represents one of only 15 mostly complete T. rex skulls ever discovered, and viewing it in person is an experience you don’t want to miss. Visitors will have the opportunity to experience the specimen (and others!) up close, as well as speak with members of the Burke’s paleontology team. The event will take place Friday, May 25 from 12–4p.
2018 Undergraduate Research Symposium
The annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium is happening Friday, May 18! Undergraduates from across the university we be presenting on a variety of exciting research projects from a number of disciplines. We are excited to announce that Wilson Lab undergraduate student Henry Fulghum will be presenting on his work with Dr. Greg Wilson and Wilson Lab graduate student Luke Weaver investigating the bone microstructure of small-bodied mammals. We hope to see you there!
Photo credits: Brody Hovatter, Adam Smith