Welcome to the Stockwell Lab
Cuatro Ciénegas, Coahuila, Mexico, November 2008
Dr. Craig Stockwell
Professor, Biological Sciences, North Dakota State University; Craig.Stockwell@ndsu.edu
My research program focuses on the evolutionary ecology of fish and amphibian populations, and the application of this information to conservation problems. I am especially interested in the evolutionary response of fish populations to novel environments. Research in my lab includes a combination of molecular genetic surveys, field experiments and laboratory experiments.
Feb 2016: Devils Hole pupfish 2014 paper in news Science Science News & Discovery News - original paper Reed and Stockwell 2014 Devils Hole pupfish persistence paper in Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond B..
May 2015: Dr. Justin Fisher graduates - now working at USDA, Fargo, ND
Feb 2015: Samantha Kainz wins ND Wildlife Society Undergraduate Award.
Sept 2014: Nature News and Discover Magazine articles on Reed and Stockwell 2014 Devils Hole pupfish persistence paper in Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond B..
Sept 2014: Dr. Sujan Henkanaththegedara featured on cover of Longwood University Magazine.
August, 2013: Ecological Society of America press release features Kyle McLean's research on salamander cannibal morphs.
June 28, 2013: Dr. Sujan Henkanaththegedara departs for new position as Assistant Professor at Longwood University, Farmville, VA - Good Luck Sujan!
June 2013 - Advanced Conservation Biology class featured on NDSU webpage.
November 18, 2012: Undergrad research student Samantha Skinner won the best poster award at the Desert Fishes Council meeting for her poster on "The role of intraguild predation on co-existence of native pupfish with invasive western mosquitofish"