Daphne Mayes

Doctoral candidate, EEB
Primary office:
Haworth


Advisor: Deborah Smith
Research Interests: Bee conservation; Foraging; Parasitism
Hometown: Hartford, KS

Education:

  • Ph.D aspirant in entomology
  • M.S. in Natural Resources from University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point
  • Peace Corps Master’s International Program
  • B.S. in Biology, Emporia State University

Presentations:

  • Mayes, D.M. 2012. Insect pollinators within cotton fields of small-scale farms in Mwachisompola, Zambia. KU EEB GSO Retreat.
  • Jones, D.M. 2005. Cornsnakes Select Higher Body Temperatures After Eating. Emporia State University Undergraduate Research & Creativity Day, Emporia, KS.
  • Jones, D.M. 2004. Temperature and Feeding Influence Calorie Use in Cornsnakes. Emporia State University Undergraduate Research & Creativity Day, Emporia, KS.

Awards:

  • 2013. KU Entomology Endowment Travel Award. $785. January.
  • 2013. KU Entomology Endowment Summer Scholarship. $6000. May.
  • 2013. KUFS Small Grants Program. $391. June.

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