Sarah Humfeld serves as the Assistant Director of the Office of Undergraduate Research. Sarah has worked at the University of Missouri since 2003, as a science instructor (Honors College, Division of Biological Sciences, and School of Natural Resources), academic advisor, and research supervisor. Sarah earned her B.S. in Biology from Trinity University (San Antonio, TX) and her Ph.D. in Biological Sciences from Mizzou. She studied, with the help of undergraduate researchers, acoustic communication and evolution of mating behaviors in treefrogs. Sarah is the faculty advisor for the Mizzou Herpetology Club and the Mizzou Women in STEM. With her spouse and three kids, she enjoys riding the bike trails around Columbia, traveling to new and exotic locales, playing board games, and cooking. Collectively, her family observes the crazy behaviors of: 2 dogs, 5 chickens, innumerable fish, and 1 crested gecko.