Ph.D. Wildlife Science
Science, Oregon State University
Laude, The University of Florida at Gainesville. Wildlife
Ecology and Conservation, with a minor in Fisheries and Aquatic
Museum of Natural History,
Department of Ichthyology - Lab Technician
Service and The Student Conservation Association - Carnivore Monitoring
Forest Service and The University of Florida, Southeastern Forest
Experiment Station - Herpetological survey of Ocala National Forest
University of Florida, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
- Undergraduate Research Assistant on sea turtle breeding ecology
Pacific Chorus Frog
T.S., Thurman, L.L., Rowe,
J.C., and S. Selego. 2012. Antipredator behavior of the invasive
American Bullfrog (Lithobates
catesbeianus) in a novel environment. Ethology: In Press.
Thurman, L.L. Elevational differences in long-toed salamander breeding
phenology and oviposition behavior. Society
for Northwestern Vertebrate Biology Annual Meeting. Hood River,
OR. March 22, 2012.
2011, Thurman, L.L.
differences in UV-B radiation response mechanisms by the Long-toed
Salamander. Society for Northwestern Vertebrate Biology
Annual Meeting. Gig Harbor, WA. March 24, 2011.
2011, Thurman, L.L.
Differential response to UV-B
radiation by the Long-toed Salamander across an elevational gradient. 8th Annual Research Advances in
Fisheries, Wildlife, & Ecology Symposium. Corvallis, OR.
2011. 1st Place Behavioral Ecology Session.
Invited speaker for Field Sampling of Fish and Wildlife course (FW
OSU Dept. of Fisheries and Wildlife, Corvallis, OR.
L.L. and T.S. Garcia. 2010. Population Divergence of the Long-toed
Differential physiological and behavioral responses to UV-B radiation. Annual
Meeting of the Society for Northwestern Vertebrate Biology
Medford, OR. March 2010.
L.L. and T.S. Garcia. 2010. Differential response to ultraviolet B
Long-toed salamander (Ambystoma
macrodactylum) populations across an
elevational gradient. A Research proposal. Research Advances in Fisheries,
Wildlife, & Ecology. Poster presentation. Corvallis, OR.
International Arctic Research Center, Climate Modeling Workshop
Wildlife Graduate Scholarship
Science Center Graduate Fellowship
Wildlife Society Student Travel Grant
E. Mastin Graduate Scholarship
Thomas G. Scott Achievement Award
The Society for Northwestern Vertebrate Biology Student Scholarship
Henry E. Mastin Graduate Scholarship
present, President/Founder of the Society for
Conservation Biology, OSU
present, Co-Treasurer, Fisheries & Wildlife Graduate Student
2011, OSU Coalition of Graduate Employees, Fisheries & Wildlife
Dean’s List, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences,
University of Florida
Florida Bright Futures Scholarship recipient
Inducted into the National Society for Collegiate Scholars