We have new additions in the Sessa lab this fall! It’s a great pleasure to welcome two new graduate students, Lindsey Riibe and Maggy Bunker. Lindsey comes to us from Oregon and Maggy from Michigan. They are both interested in systematics of ferns, and are thinking of working on conservation and biogeography of ferns in the Caribbean (Lindsey) and reticulate evolution in North American Asplenium (Maggy).

Sessa lab, Fall 2017. L to R, Front: Chris Krieg, Emily Sessa, Lauren Trotta; Back: Jerald Pinson, Lindsey Riibe, Maggy Bunker