HANNA KAHL was a Research Assistant in the FLIES Facility. She received her BA in Biology from Whitman College, Washington in 2011. Since then she has been working for non-profits in Washington, teaching mathematics in South Korea, exploring avian seed dispersal in Puerto Rico, and guiding undergraduates in various environmental field projects as a teacher’s assistant in Montana. Her research in the FLIES Facility examined how scavenging by vertebrates impacted the carrion invertebrate community structure across different landscapes. Hanna is now a MS student with Dr. Cerruti Hooks in the Department of Entomology at the University of Maryland.