Carl Oliveros

Post-doctoral researcher working with Brant Faircloth, Louisiana State University
Primary office:
Dyche Hall



Carl Oliveros: Biodiversity Institute profile
Advisor:
Robert Moyle
Research Interests: Philippine and Southeast Asian ornithology, biogeography, and conservation
Hometown: Las Pinas, Philippines

Education:

  • M.A. in ecology and evolutionary biology from KU, 2009
  • B.S. in mathematics from De La Salle University, Magna Cum Laude, 1997

Recent Publication:

  • Mittermeier, J.C., Burner, R.C., Oliveros, C.H., Prawiradilaga, D.M., Irham, M., Haryoko, T., and Moyle, R.G. 2014. Vocalizations and display behavior of Javan Woodcock (Scolopax saturata) support its status as a distinct species. Forktail 30: 130–131.
  • Mittermeier, J.C., Oliveros, C.H., Haryoko, T., Irham, M., and Moyle, R.G. 2014. An avifaunal survey of three Javan volcanoes—Gn Salak, Gn Slamet and the Ijen highlands. BirdingASIA 22: 91–100.
  • Lim, H.C., Chua, V.L., Benham, P.M., Oliveros, C.H., Rahman, M.A., Moyle, R.G. and Sheldon, F.H. 2014. Divergence history of the Rufous-tailed Tailorbird (Orthotomus sericeus) of Sundaland: Implications for the biogeography of Palawan and the taxonomy of island species in general. The Auk 131: 629–642.
  • Brown, R.M., C.D. Siler, C.H. Oliveros, J.A. Esselstyn, A.C. Diesmos, P.A. Hosner, C.W. Linkem, A.J. Barley, J.R. Oaks, M.B. Sanguila, L.J. Welton, D.C. Blackburn, R.G. Moyle, A.T. Peterson, and A.C. Alcala. 2013.  Evolutionary processes of diversification in a model island archipelago.  Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 44: 411–435.
  • Mahood, S.P., A.J.I. John, J.C. Eames, C.H. Oliveros, R.G. Moyle, H. Chamnan, C. Poole, H. Nielsen, and F.H. Sheldon.  2013.  A new species of lowland tailorbird (Passeriformes: Cisticolidae: Orthotomus) from the Mekong floodplain of Cambodia. Forktail 29: 1–14.H
  • Hosner, P.A., N.C. Boggess, P. Alviola, L.A. Sanchez-Gonzalez, C.H. Oliveros, R. Urriza, and R.G. Moyle. 2013. Phylogeography of the Robsonius ground-warblers (Passeriformes: Locustellidae) reveals an undescribed species from Northeastern Luzon, Philippines. The Condor 115: 630–639.
  • Brown, R.M., C.D. Siler, C.H. Oliveros, L.J. Welton, A. Rock, J. Swab, M. Van Weerd, D. Rodriguez, E. Jose, and A.C. Diesmos. 2013. The amphibians and reptiles of Luzon Island, Philippines, VIII: the herpetofauna of Cagayan and Isabela Provinces, northern Sierra Madre Mountain Range. Zookeys 266: 1–120.
  • Andersen, M.J., C.H. Oliveros, C.E. Filardi, and R.G. Moyle. 2013. Phylogeography of the Variable Dwarf-Kingfisher Ceyx lepidus (Aves: Alcedinidae) inferred from mitochondrial and nuclear DNA sequences. The Auk 130: 118–131.
  • Siler, C.D., C.H. Oliveros, A. Santanen, R.M. Brown.  2013.  Multilocus phylogeny reveals unexpected diversification patterns in Asian Wolf Snakes (genus Lycodon). Zoologica Scripta.
  • Oliveros, C.H., S. Reddy and R.G. Moyle. 2012. The phylogenetic position of some Philippine “babblers” spans the muscicapoid and sylvioid bird radiations. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 65: 799–804.
  • Sheldon, F.H., C.H. Oliveros, S.S. Taylor, B. McKay, H.C. Lim, M.A. Rahman, H. Mays and R.G. Moyle. 2012. Molecular phylogeny and insular biogeography of the lowland tailorbirds of Southeast Asia (Cisticolidae: Orthotomus). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 65: 54–63.
  • Brown, R.M., C.H. Oliveros, C.D. Siler, J.B. Fernandez, L.J. Welton, P.A.C. Buenavente, M.L.L. Diesmos and A.C. Diesmos. 2012. Amphibians and reptiles of Luzon Island (Philippines), VII: herpetofauna of Ilocos Norte Province, Northern Cordillera Mountain Range. Check List 8: 469–490.
  • Siler, C.D., J.C. Swab, C.H. Oliveros, A.C. Diesmos, L. Averia, A.C. Alcala and R.M. Brown.  2012.  Amphibians and reptiles, Romblon Island Group, central Philippines: comprehensive herpetofaunal inventory.  Check List 8: 443–462.
  • Siler, C.D., C.H. Oliveros and R.M. Brown. 2012. Geographic range notes on Brachymeles cebuensis and re-evaluation of its conservation status. Herpetological Review 43:305.
  • Moyle, R. G., M. J. Andersen, C. H. Oliveros, F. Steinheimer and S. Reddy. 2012. Phylogeny and biogeography of the core babblers (Aves: Timaliidae). Systematic Biology 61: 631–651.
  • Moyle, R. G., S. S. Taylor, C. H. Oliveros, H. C. Lim, C. L. Haines, M. A. Rahman and F. H. Sheldon. 2011. Diversification of an endemic Southeast Asian genus: phylogenetic relationships of the spiderhunters (Nectariniida: Arachnothera).  The Auk 128: 777–788.
  • Brown, R. M., C. D. Siler, C. H. Oliveros, A. C. Diesmos, and A. C. Alcala. 2011.  A new Gekko from Sibuyan Island, central Philippines.  Herpetologica 67: 460–476.
  • Brown, R. M., A. C. Diesmos and C. H. Oliveros. 2011.  A new flap-legged forest gecko (Genus Luperosaurus) from the Northern Philippines. Journal of Herpetology 45: 202–210.
  • Oliveros, C. H., H. Ota, R. I. Crombie and R. M. Brown. 2011. The herpetofauna of the Babuyan Islands, Northern Philippines. Scientific Papers, Natural History Museum, the University of Kansas 43: 1–20.
  • Oliveros, C. H. and C. A. A. Layusa.  2011.  First description of the nest and eggs of the Calayan Rail.  Journal of the Yamashina Institute for Ornithology 42:143–146.
  • Esselstyn, J. A. and C. H. Oliveros. 2010.  Colonization of the Philippines from Taiwan: A multi-locus test of the biogeographic and phylogenetic relations of isolated populations of shrews.  Journal of Biogeography 37: 1504–1514.
  • Esselstyn, J. A., C. H. Oliveros, R. G. Moyle, A. T. Peterson, J. A. McGuire and R. M. Brown. 2010. Integrating phylogenetic and taxonomic evidence illuminates complex biogeographic patterns along Huxley’s modification of Wallace’s Line.  Journal of Biogeography 37: 2054–2066.
  • Sanchez-Gonzales, L. A., C. H. Oliveros, N. Puna and R. G. Moyle. 2010. Nest, nest placement and eggs of three Philippine endemic birds.  The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 122: 587–591.
  • Oliveros, C. H. and C. A. A. Layusa.  2010. First record of Demoiselle Crane Grus virgo for the Philippines.  Forktail 26: 139.
  • Oliveros, C. H. and R. G. Moyle. 2010. Origin and diversification of Philippine bulbuls.  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 54: 822–832.
  • Peterson, A.T., M.J. Andersen, S. Bodbyl-Roels, P. Hosner, Á. Nyári, C. Oliveros and M. Papeş. 2009. A prototype forecasting systemnext term for bird-borne disease spread in North America based on migratory bird movements. Epidemics 1: 240–249.   
  • Brown, R.M., C. Oliveros, C. Siler and A. C. Diesmos.  2009.  Phylogeny of Gekko from the Northern Philippines, and description of a new species from Calayan Island.  Journal of Herpetology 43: 620–635.
  • Brown, R.M., C. Oliveros, C. Siler and A. C. Diesmos.  2008.  A new Gekko from the Babuyan Islands, Northern Philippines.  Herpetologica 64: 305–320.
  • Oliveros, C. H., S. Telan and J. Guerrero. 2008. Philippine crocodile conservation on Dalupiri Island, northern Philippines. National Museum Papers 14:98–108.
  • Oliveros, C., A. T. Peterson and M. J. C. Villa. 2008.  Birds, Babuyan Islands, province of Cagayan, Northern Philippines: New island distribution records. Check List 4:137-141.
  • Reyes, M. A. P., D. Bennett and C. Oliveros. 2008.  The monitor lizards of Camiguin Island, northern Philippines.  Biawak 2: 28–36.
  • Allen, D., C. Espanola, G. Broad, C. Oliveros, and J. C. T. Gonzalez. 2006.  New bird records for the Babuyan Islands, Philippines, including two first records for the Philippines.  Forktail 22:57–70.
  • Broad G. and C. Oliveros.  2005.  Biodiversity and conservation priority setting in the Babuyan Islands, Philippines.  Sylvatrop 15: 30–60.
  • Allen, D., C. Oliveros, C. Española, G. Broad, and J.C.T. Gonzalez. 2004.  A new species of Gallirallus from Calayan Island, Philippines.  Forktail 20: 1–7.

Presentations:

  • Brown, R. M., S. Travers, K. Olson, C. Oliveros, Y.-C. Su, M. Andersen, X. Guo, C. D. Siler and R. G. Moyle.  UCE-primed sequence capture and the resolution of shallow divergences in cryptic species complexes: empirial applications in gecko and monitor lizard radiations in a Southeast Asian island archipelago.  Bi-annual Meeting of the International Biogeography Society in Bayreuth, Germany.  January 2015.  Contributed oral paper.
  • Oliveros, C. H., M. J. Andersen, and R. G. Moyle. Disentangling phylogenetic relationships in an explosive bird radiation using ultraconserved elements.  Annual Meeting of the American Ornithologists’ Union in Estes Park, Colorado.  September 2014.  Contributed oral paper.
  • Andersen, M. J., C. H. Oliveros, B. W. Benz, and R. G. Moyle. Higher-level phylogeny of crows and allies inferred from ultraconserved elements.  Annual Meeting of the American Ornithologists’ Union in Estes Park, Colorado.  September 2014.  Contributed oral paper.
  • Brown, R. M., S. Travers, K. Olson, C. Oliveros, Y.-C. Su, M. Andersen, X. Guo, C. D. Siler and R. G. Moyle.  UCE-probed sequence capture resolves shallow divergences within a cryptic species complex of rapidly radiating geckos in an island archipelago.  Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  August 2014.  Contributed oral paper.
  • Oliveros, C. H., M. J. Andersen, and R. G. Moyle. Disentangling phylogenetic relationships in an explosive bird radiation.  Joint Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Evolution (SSE), the Society of Systematic Biologists (SSB), and the American Society of Naturalists (ASN) in Raleigh, North Carolina.  June 2014.  Contributed oral paper.
  • Moyle, R. G., P. A. Hosner, C. H. Oliveros and R. M. Jones. Insights into the origins and diversification of the Philippine avifauna.  Annual Meeting of the American Ornithologists’ Union in Chicago, Illinois.  August 2013.  Contributed oral paper.
  • Hosner, P. A., C. H. Oliveros and R. G. Moyle. Resolving the complex history of a Philippine passerine: insights from thousands of anonymous nuclear loci.  Annual Meeting of the American Ornithologists’ Union in Chicago, Illinois.  August 2013.  Contributed oral paper.
  • Oliveros, C. H. and R. G. Moyle. Reconstructing the biogeographic history of Philippine whistlers reveals complex scenarios of colonization history and two unrecognized species. 1st International Ornithological Congress of Southeast Asia. November 2012. Contributed oral paper.  Best presenter.
  • Oliveros, C.H., S. Reddy and R.G. Moyle. 2012. The phylogenetic position of some Philippine “babblers” spans the muscicapoid and sylvioid bird radiations. 1st International Ornithological Congress of Southeast Asia. November 2012. Poster presentation.
  • Selbe, J. S., C. H. Oliveros and R. G. Moyle.  Phylogeography of Philippine drongos reveals underestimated species diversity.  2012 Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science National Conference.  October 2012.  Poster presentation.
  • Oliveros, C. H. and R. G. Moyle. Reconstructing the biogeographic history of Philippine whistlers reveals complex scenarios of colonization history and two unrecognized species. 5th North American Ornithological Congress. August 2012. Poster presentation.
  • Selbe, J. S., C. H. Oliveros and R. G. Moyle.  Phylogeography of Philippine drongos reveals underestimated species diversity.  SELF Research Symposium, Lawrence, Kansas.  July 2012.  Poster presentation.
  • Layusa, C. A. A., J. D. De Alban, C. C. Monoy, T. B. Moya and C. H. Oliveros. Implications of Hunting and Forest Loss to the Conservation and Habitat of the Calayan Rail Gallirallus calayanensis.  21st Annual Philippine Biodiversity Symposium of the Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines, Dasmariñas, Cavite, Philippines. April 2012. Contributed oral paper.
  • Layusa, C.A.A., J. D. T. De Alban, A. Lira-Noriega, C. C. Monoy, T. B. Moya and C. H. Oliveros. An Assessment of the Conservation Status of the Calayan Rail Using Species Distribution Modeling, Forest Change Detection, and Interview Data.  2012 Asia-Pacific Chapter Meeting of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation, Yunnan, China. April 2012. Contributed oral paper.
  • Selbe, J. S., C. H. Oliveros and R. G. Moyle.  Phylogeography of two polytypic bird species from the Philippines.  15th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, Lawrence, Kansas.  April 2012.  Poster presentation.
  • Selbe, J. S., C. H. Oliveros and R. G. Moyle.  Phylogeography of two polytypic bird species from the Philippines.  12th Annual University of Kansas-Haskell Indian Nations University Undergraduate Research Symposium, Lawrence, Kansas.  April 2012.  Poster presentation.
  • Oliveros, C. H. and R. G. Moyle.  Some biogeographic insights from recent molecular phylogenetic studies of Philippine birds.  Institute of Biology, University of the Philippines. 16 August 2011. Invited department seminar.
  • Oliveros, C. H. and R. G. Moyle. Origin and diversification of Philippine birds: examples from bulbuls and scops owls. 20th Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines Annual Meeting, Dumaguete City, Philippines. April 2011. Contributed oral paper.
  • Brown, R., J. Esselstyn, C. Oliveros and A. Diesmos. The Conservation Significance of Phylogenetic Exceptions to the Palawan Rule. 20th Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines Annual Meeting, Dumaguete City, Philippines. April 2011. Contributed oral paper.
  • Layusa, C. A. A., C. H. Oliveros and A. Lira-Noriega. Modeling the distribution of an island-endemic rail. 20th Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines Annual Meeting, Dumaguete City, Philippines. April 2011. Contributed oral paper.
  • Oliveros, C. H., C. A. A. Layusa and J. B. Reynon. Monitoring the population of the Calayan Rail.  20th Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines Annual Meeting, Dumaguete City, Philippines. April 2011. Poster presentation.
  • Oliveros, C. H., C. A. A. Layusa and J. B. Reynon. Monitoring the population of the Calayan Rail.  2011 Joint Meeting of the Association of Field Ornithology, Cooper Ornithological Society and Wilson Ornithological Society, Kearney, NE. March 2011. Contributed oral paper.
  • Andersen, M. J., C. H. Oliveros, A. Nyari, C. E. Filardi and R. G. Moyle.  A molecular phylogeny of the Variable Kingfisher (Ceyx lepidus) reveals a novel Philippine lineage. 2010 Joint Meeting of the Cooper Ornithological Society, the American Ornithologists’ Union, and the Society of Canadian Ornithologists, San Diego, California.  February 2010. Contributed oral paper.
  • Moyle R. G., M. J. Andersen, C. H. Oliveros and S. Reddy.  Higher level phylogeny of the core babblers (Timaliidae). 2010 Joint Meeting of the Cooper Ornithological Society, the American Ornithologists’ Union, and the Society of Canadian Ornithologists, San Diego, California.  February 2010. Contributed oral paper.
  • Garcia, H., N. M. Follosco, C. A. Layusa, C. Monoy, C. Oliveros and J. Reynon. Gathering local knowledge in quantifying hunting pressure on the Calayan Rail  Gallirallus calayanensis. 19th Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines Annual Meeting, Legazpi City, Albay, Philippines. April 2010.  Poster presentation.
  • Garcia, H., N. M. Follosco, C. A. Layusa, C. Monoy, C. Oliveros and J. Reynon. Gathering local knowledge in quantifying hunting pressure on the Calayan Rail  Gallirallus calayanensis. 1st Student Conference in Conservation Biology, Bangalore, India. June 2010.  Contributed oral paper.
  • Layusa, C. A., N. M. Follosco and C. H. Oliveros.. Establishing a Community-Managed Wildlife Sanctuary Calayan Island, Northern Philippines. 18th Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines Annual Meeting, Baguio City, Philippines. April 2009. Poster presentation.
  • Layusa, C. A., N. M. Follosco and C. H. Oliveros.. Establishing a Community-Managed Wildlife Sanctuary Calayan Island, Northern Philippines.  International Congress for Conservation Biology, Beijing China.  July 2009.    Poster presentation.
  • Oliveros, C. H. and C. A. Layusa. Conservation of the Calayan Rail. 5th Philippine Bird Festival, Balanga City, Bataan, Philippines. October 2009.  Oral presentation.
  • Oliveros, C. H. and R. G. Moyle. Origin and diversification of Philippine bulbuls. 127th Annual Meeting of the American Ornithologists’ Union, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U. S. A. August 2009.  Contributed oral paper.
  • Oliveros, C. Conservation of the Calayan Rail.  Avila University, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A.  October 2008.  Oral presentation to undergraduate biology majors*.
  • Oliveros, C., C. A. Layusa and M. A. Morales.  Monitoring the status of the Calayan Rail.  22nd Annual Meeting of the Society of Conservation Biology, Chattanooga, Tennessee, U. S. A.  July 2008. Contributed oral paper.
  • Oliveros, C., E. Aca, M. Ferido, H. Garcia, K. Javier, C. A. Layusa, M. A. Morales. Calayan Rail Project II: Building local stakeholders’ capacity to protect an island-endemic species. 22nd Annual Meeting of the Society of Conservation Biology, Chattanooga, Tennessee, U. S. A. July 2008. Contributed oral paper.
  • Oliveros, C.  Conservation of the Calayan Rail.  GSO Annual Retreat, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, U. S. A.  October 2007.  Oral presentation.

Grants:

  • Oliveros, C.H. (Co-PI), Moyle, R.G. (PI), and Holder, M.T. (Co-PI). Dissertation Research: Disentangling phylogenetic relationships in an explosive bird radiation. National Science Foundation DEB-1311513. $19,256. 18 mos. 7/01/2013–12/31/2014. Funded.
  • Oliveros, C.H. Disentangling phylogenetic relationships in an explosive bird radiation. American Museum of Natural History Frank M. Chapman Fund. $1,725. 18 mos. 7/01/2013–12/31/2014. Funded.
  • Oliveros, C.H. Disentangling phylogenetic relationships in an explosive bird radiation. Panorama. $650. 18 mos. 7/01/2013–12/31/2014. Funded.
  • Oliveros, C.H. Origins of an explosive and widespread bird radiation. Graduate Student Research Fund. $1,997. 1.5 mos. 10/01/2011–11/15/2011. Funded.
  • Oliveros, C.H. Origins of an explosive and widespread bird radiation. Panorama. $1,000. 1.5 mos. 10/01/2011–11/15/2011. Funded.
  • Layusa, C.A., Oliveros, C.,  Follosco, N.M.G., de Leon, J. A., Macarambon, H. and Ordonez, K.N.  Conservation Leadership Programme Leadership Award. Calayan Rail Project 3: Targeting community involvement in conserving an island-endemic species. Conservation Leadership Programme. $50,000. 20 mo. 04/01/09–12/01/2010. Funded.
  • Layusa, C.A., Oliveros, C.,  Follosco, N.M.G., de Leon, J. A., Macarambon, H. and Ordonez, K.N.  Establishing a locally-managed wildlife sanctuary in Calayan Island. Philippine Tropical Forest Conservation Foundation, Inc.  PHP 712,800 ($15,500). 12 mo. 08/01/09–07/31/2010. Funded.
  • Layusa, C.A., Oliveros, C.,  Follosco, N.M.G., de Leon, J. A., Macarambon, H. and Ordonez, K.N.  Calayan Rail Project 3: Targeting community involvement in conserving an island-endemic species. Ideawild. $1,500 in equipment. 20 mo. 04/01/09–12/01/2010. Funded.
  • Layusa, C.A., Aca, E.Q., Follosco, N.M.G., Macarambon, H. and Oliveros, C.  OBC Wildwings Conservation Awareness Award. Participatory approach in localizing environmental education in the Municipality of Calayan, Cagayan, Philippines. Oriental Bird Club. GB£ 1,000. 10 mo. 01/01/09–10/31/09. Funded.
  • Quiros, A.L., Villasenor, C., and Oliveros, C.  John Judy Grant Award. Environmental education to address hunting and collecting of Calayan Rails.  Environmental Education and Conservation Global.  $500.  9 mo. 07/01/07–03/31/08.  Funded.
  • Oliveros, C., Aca, E., Ferido, M., Garcia, H., Javier, K. and Layusa, C.A. Conservation Leadership Programme Follow-up Award. Calayan Rail Project 2: Building stakeholders’ capacity to conserve an island-endemic species.  Conservation Leadership Programme. $25,000. 14 mo. 03/01/07–04/30/08.  Funded.
  • Espanola, C.P., Oliveros, C., Pedregosa, M., Jackson, N., Bajarias, A., Villa, M.J., Allen, D., Jensen, A. and Lorica, M.R.  BP Conservation Silver Award. Calayan Rail Project: Conservation of an island-endemic Gallirallus calayanensis. BP Conservation Programme. $12,500. 15 mo. 08/01/05–10/31/06.  Funded.
  • Bennett, D., Dugay, R., Oliveros, C., Pedrigosa, M., Reyes, M., Rosarios, M., Sopranes, G., Zafe, A., Hampson, K., Pasion, J., Resurreccion, M.C.P., Garcia, H., Clarke, A., Ychek, M., and Sison, R.  BP Conservation Follow-up Award.  Polillo Project.  BP Conservation Programme. $28,000. 12 mo.  04/01/05–03/31/06. Funded.
  • Espanola, C.P. and Oliveros, C.  Haribon Threatened Species Program Conservation Research Grant.  A preliminary survey of the abundance and distribution of the Calayan Rail Gallirallus calayanensis.  Haribon Foundation. PHP 249,810 ($5,000). 8 mo. 03/01/05–10/31/05. Funded.
  • Reyes, M. and Oliveros, C.  A frugivorous Varanid on Camiguin Island, Northern Philippines. Fauna & Flora International and Cincinnati Zoo. PHP 159,496 ($5,140).  8 mo. 01/01/05–08/30/05. Funded.
  • Oliveros, C., Reyes, M.A.P. and Van Weerd, M. Crocodiles of Dalupiri and Fuga, Northern Philippines. Melbourne Zoological Gardens. $1,906. 1 mo. 05/01/05–05/31/05. Funded.
  • Broad, G. and Oliveros, C. OBC Small Grant. An avifaunal survey of the Babuyan Islands, Northern Philippines. Oriental Bird Club. GB£ 1,000. 2 mo. 03/28/04–05/29/04. Funded.
  • Broad, G. and Oliveros, C. An avifaunal survey of the Babuyan Islands, Northern Philippines. Ideawild. $482 in equipment. 2 mo. 03/28/04–05/29/04. Funded.
  • Broad, G. and Oliveros, C.  Rufford Small Grant. An assessment of the avian diversity of the Babuyan Islands, Northern Philippines. Rufford Small Grants for Nature Conservation. GB£ 3,893. 2 mo. 03/28/04–05/29/04. Funded.

Fellowships, Awards & Honors

  • Oliveros, C.H.  Summer Fellowship.  Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.  The University of Kansas.  $2,000. 05/15/14–06/15/14.
  • Oliveros, C.H.  Graduate Fellowship.  The University of Kansas.  $18,000.  10 mo. 08/15/13–05/15/14.
  • Oliveros, C.H.  Summer Fellowship.  Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.  The University of Kansas.  $2,000. 05/15/13–06/15/13.

 

 


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