Former Staff and Students
Program Coordinator - Monarch Joint Venture
Wendy Caldwell began working at the Monarch Lab as an undergraduate research assistant in 2007, undertaking independent research on monarch parasitoid wasps and assisting with graduate student research and other lab activities. Currently she is working as a community program specialist for the Monarch Lab and is the coordinator of The Monarch Joint Venture and the Monarch Larva Monitoring Project. Through these programs she engages with land managers, conservation organizations, educators, citizen scientists and the general public to promote monarch conservation, monitoring, and education.
- Kasten K, Stenoien C, Caldwell W, Oberhauser KS. Can roadside habitat lead monarchs on a route to recovery?. Journal of Insect Conservation. 2016:1-1.
- Lewandowski, E. et al., (2017). Public Perceptions of Citizen Science. Citizen Science: Theory and Practice. 2(1), p.3. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/cstp.77
- Oberhauser, K.S., Anderson, M., Anderson, S., Caldwell, W., Anda, A., Hunter, M., Kaiser, M.C., Solensky, M.J. (2015)Lacewings, Wasps, and Flies-Oh My: Insect Enemies Take a Bite out of Monarchs. Monarchs in a Changing World: Biology and Conservation of an Insect Icon. 6: 71-82.