Charles Jacobi is a graduate research assistant at Texas Tech University in the Department of Natural Resources Management. In his research, he is determining the presence of the spot-tailed earless lizards and factors affecting detection of the species by investigating anti-predator behavior. His research interests include herpetofauna ecology, and particularly physiological and behavioral tradeoffs during predation events. He found this interest in herpetology during undergraduate studies at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Making it Back Home: An Atheist Scientist Gets Baptized
A biology graduate student shares with us his pursuit of knowledge of Christ and his journey to conversion and baptism.