Alycia Stigall is Professor in the Department of Geological Sciences at Ohio University. Her research focuses on quantifying the relationships among biogeography, ecology, and macroevolution in driving patterns of speciation and extinction during intervals of biodiversification and/or pervasive species invasions. Her work emphasizes the Ordovician Period and often employs brachiopods as a focal clade. Alycia is also active in K-12 outreach and increasing participation in science. Alycia received the Schuchert Award in 2016 and has previously served the Society as Student Representative (2002-2003), North Central Section Chair (2006-2007), Councilor Under 40 (2011-2013), and as a member of the Nominating Committee (2008-2011, 2015-2017) and she co-chaired the 2005 PS Short Course on Paleobiogeography. Alycia is also deputy editor-in-chief for Frontiers of Biogeography and co-leader of IGCP 653: The Onset of the Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event.
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