Thank You ASU Parents Association!

Arianne and Colleen visit the Summer Palace in Beijing before returning to the U.S.

Arianne and Colleen visit the Summer Palace in Beijing before returning to the U.S.

Arianne and Colleen practicing their lion pose. You can distinguish female from male lions because they have a cub in their paw, while males have a toy ball.

Arianne and Colleen practicing their lion pose. You can distinguish female from male lions because they have a cub in their paw, while males have a toy ball.

Posted by Arianne:

Colleen’s trip and research project were supported in part by the ASU Parents Association. As an undergraduate, this was her first field research experience. Working at IMGERS this summer allowed her to better understand ecological research and focus her goals towards a graduate degree. She was a great addition to Team Grasshopper!

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