Many congratulations to Darko, who currently has two postdocs, one at the California Academy of Sciences with Charles Griswold and Brian Simison, the other at UC Santa Cruz with Beth Shapiro. So we’ll be hearing slots more from him over the coming years.
Misha was hooded at the CNR commencement. She currently holds a postdoc at the California Academy of Sciences, where she is working with their newest curator, Michelle Trautwein.
Andy Rominger has been awarded a Philomathia Graduate Fellowship in Environmental Sciences. This fellowship (formerly the Chang-Lin Tien Graduate Fellowship ) is given on the basis of academic distinction and exceptional promise, students being drawn from Molecular and Cell Biology, Integrative Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Bio-Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Computational Science, Geology,…
We have just been awarded an NSF grant for a “Biotic Inventory of Terrestrial Vertebrates, Spiders, and Haemosporidian Parasites of Sulawesi, Indonesia”. PI Jim McGuire, co-PIs Rauri Bowie, Rosemary Gillespie, Susan Perkins (AMNH)
Andy Rominger, Kari Goodman, Jun Ying Lim, and others, just had a paper accepted into Global Ecology and Biogeography, a journal that focuses on emerging ideas in macroecology. Abstract of the paper: Aim Understanding how ecological and evolutionary processes together determine biodiversity patterns remains a central aim in biology. Guided by…
Ashley Adams passed her qualifying exams on April 30th and is now a PhD Candidate …. Congratulations, Ashley!
Andy Rominger is one of this year’s recipients of the Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award. Many congratulations to Andy!
Congratulations to Ashley Adams, recipient of one of this year’s NSF graduate research fellowships. Ashley is working on pheromones and species recognition mechanisms in Hawaiian spiders.
Lisa has accepted a tenure track position at Wageningen University, repeatedly ranked as the best university in the Netherlands, .
Rakim Turnipseed passed his qualifying exam on 30th March. Many congratulations, Rakim!