Lunch With A Scientist: Dr. Kristine Grayson

Sep 1, 2020 | Online Learning, Tuesday | 0 comments

Meet Dr. Kristine Grayson, an Associate Professor in the Biology Department at University of Richmond. One of her claims to fame is capturing the state record holding snapping turtle for North Carolina – 52 pounds! In addition to her passion for amphibian and reptile conservation, Dr. Grayson’s current work also examines the spread potential of the gypsy moth, an invasive forest pest in North America.

Also check out Kristine’s partnership with Data Nuggets. She created an interactive lesson around this topic.

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