SBS PhD student Jordan Boersma from Dr. Heather Watts’ laboratory was award the Aubrey Gorbman Award for best student oral presentation from the Division of Comparative Endocrinology at the 2020 meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology. Jordan presented results from an experiment where he found that supplementing testosterone to unornamented (i.e. cryptic) White-shouldered Fairywren females induced ornament (i.e. colorful) acquisition, followed by enhanced territorial aggression. He also presented preliminary analyses from another component of his dissertation that explores the causes of variable testosterone circulation among males of the same species, where he found that males who attend more sexual display leks have the highest testosterone levels.