Alexander K. Hastings. Science Museum of Minnesota, Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102, USA.
Alex Hastings received his bachelors (B.S.) in Geosciences at Penn State University and his doctorate (PhD) in Geology at the University of Florida. Since 2018 he has been the Fitzpatrick Chair of Paleontology at the Science Museum of Minnesota. His research has primarily focused on fossil reptiles, particularly crocodyliforms. He has worked in numerous places in the United States as well as Germany, Colombia, Panama and the Bahamas.
Blaine W. Schubert. Center of Excellence in Paleontology and Department of Geosciences, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee 37614, USA.
Blaine Schubert received his bachelors from the University of Central Missouri, his masters from Northern Arizona University, and his doctorate from the University of Arkansas. He now serves as the Executive Director of the Center of Excellence in Paleontology at East Tennessee State University (ETSU), which oversees the Gray Fossil Site & Museum. He is also a Professor in the ETSU Department of Geosciences. His research focuses on the paleobiology, systematics, and evolution of amphibians, reptiles, and mammals from the late Cenozoic.
Jason R. Bourque, Division of Vertebrate Paleontology, Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, Florida 32611, USA.
Jason R. Bourque received a Bachelor’s at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and Master’s at the University of Florida. He has worked as an artisan and fossil preparator at the Florida Museum of Natural History in Gainesville, Florida since 2001. Research interests include the fossil record of freshwater turtles and tortoises and other reptiles and amphibians.
Richard C. Hulbert, Jr. Division of Vertebrate Paleontology, Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, Florida 32611, USA.
Richard Hulbert received his bachelors (B.S.) in zoology and his masters (M.A.) in geology from the University of Texas at Austin and a doctorate (PhD) in zoology from the University of Florida. Richard was Curator of Paleontology at the Georgia Southern University Museum from 1991 to 2000. He was vertebrate paleontology collections manager for the Florida Museum of Natural History from 2000 to 2022. His research has mainly focused on the systematics and paleoecology of late Neogene and Pleistocene mammals, especially perissodactyls.