Southeast Missouri State University
I have a deep affection for nature. I love to be outside - to flip over rocks for salamanders, go camping in new places, and hike to great vistas. It gives me great joy to experience wild places, whether alone, with family & friends, or students. Aside from nature, I also love traveling to new places (near or far), walking through art galleries, and trying new cuisines. Some of my favorite times are spent sharing coffee or beer and good conversation. Much of my time is spent chasing around the youngest member of the lab, who happens to be an expert at dissecting flowers and chasing squirrels.
To learn more about my research, please visit Research. CV
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We've known Colette since NYC days! There she she was an undergraduate at Fordham U. After that she worked at the NY Botanical Gardens in the Willam & Lynda Steere Herbarium. Originally she hails from The Mitten (as did B Ansaldi!). Colette enjoys the great outdoors, traveling, music and art. We are excited for her to join our team in Spring 2017!
-Weber J, L Vary, C Berg*, B Ansaldi, et al. 2016. Am Biol Teach 78(2): 149-154
Beth Ansaldi , PhD
Beth defended her dissertation at Fordham U in 2017!
[co-mentored with S Franks]
Currently Beth is teaching at Fordham
-Weber J, L Vary, C Berg*, B Ansaldi, et al. 2016. Am Biol Teach 78(2): 149-154.
From the left-most photo: Mannette Morehouse, Jason Vernon, Cole Bearden, Cody Bodhnert, Colette Berg (MNS student), Erin Cordell, Lexie Stacey