Thursday, May 10, 2007
Katie Russell is a John Carroll College work study student who’s been working in my lab for the past two years (although she’s technically volunteering at the moment). She was in the field last week helping to collect more Devonian fish. She’s soon heading back to El Salvador for the summer to take yet more classes and teach at an orphanage.
VP Casting Tech David Chapman recently helped to move a gorilla donated by the Cleveland Zoo into the museum.
A view out of my office. Dr. Joe Keiper (Invert. Zoo) shows off Dr. Joe Hannibal’s (Invert. Paleo) infamous “Warp-o-Meter ©” used to measure warping marble slabs to a visiting class of Kent State students.
Posted by Michael J. Ryan, Ph.D. at 10:07 AM