Amanda Lipinski

Amanda Lipinski

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Address 404 Hardin Hall
3310 Holdrege Street
Lincoln NE
FAX 402-472-2946
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  • 2018 – Second Place, PhD Student Category, "Elevator Speech" Competition awarded by School of Natural Resources 
  • 2014 – Othmer Fellowship awarded by University of Nebraska - Lincoln 
  • 2014 – Graduate Assistantship in Research & Teaching (GART, 2014-2017) awarded by School of Natural Resources 

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My research interests blend multiple disciplines to examine broad evolutionary and ecological questions in relation to changing conditions (weather, climate, land use, etc.). I enjoy examining wildlife and rangeland ecology through varied lenses such as behavior, physiology, population dynamics, and spatial and temporal dynamics. I have worked with black-tailed prairie dogs, waterfowl, grassland songbirds, and a variety of other species, but my true passion is for galliformes. I hope to continue examining the interactions of physiology and behavior in the future, particularly related to carry-over effects on reproduction and survival.

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