I’m a graduate student pursuing for M.S. degree in Conservation Sciences under the College of Food, Agriculture, and Natural Resource Sciences. I’m a 50% research assistant in the laboratory of Jessica Hellmann, focusing on climate change adaptation issues from the perspectives of species, ecosystem, society, culture, as well as management. Currently, I devote to accomplishing the Karner Blue Butterfly project, which investigates how could local temperature change potentially influence the morphology, the reproduction, and the life stages of this butterfly species. In addition, I’m also highly interested in the interactions between climate change and the endemic biodiversity of islands. By the way, I love racing cars on the circuits!