His 2006 REU project was "Spatial patterns in grasshopper abundance and diversity." Andrew's mentors were University of Nebraska Graduate Student Tom Miller and University of New Mexico, Department of Biology Professor and Sevilleta LTER lead P.I. Dr. Scott Collins. In 2009 Andrew published a study completed at the Sevilleta during the summers of 2006 and 2007 entitled "Relative contributions of neutral and niche-based processes in the structure of a desert grassland grasshopper community."
Andrew Rominger graduated from Stanford in May of 2009. He received a Fulbright Grant to work in Chile for a year starting in March 2010. Andrew is a PhD. student at the University of Ca -Berkley. His research interests are: Macroecology, understanding limits and successes of statistical theories of biodiversity, incorporating macroevolution in community and ecosystem level research