Congratulations to postdoc Leo Campagna for being awarded support from the Julia Marsden fund of the Neotropical Grassland Conservancy for his work on the conservation of Sporophila seedeaters in the grasslands of South America.
Graduate student Sahas Barve has just returned from a long and successful field season studying elevational adaptatation in tits of the western Himalayas.
Taylor SA, White TA, Hochacka W, Ferretti V, Curry R, Lovette I. Spatiotemporally consistent signature of reproductive isolation in a moving hybrid zone. Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution. 2014. Montreal, QC.
Warmest of congratulations to our Lab’s Class of 2014 graduates, including Hope Batcheller, Kathryn Grabenstein, Andy Johnson, Camille Shaw, and Aimee Van Tatenhove, plus all of the other wonderful Class of ’14 individuals we have known over the past four years!
Our collective thanks to Nick Mason for being the lead student organizer for EvoDay 2014 at the the Lab of Ornithology!
Class of ’14 student Michelle Moglia is the recipient of the first Laura M. Stenzler Award for exceptional undergraduate research, a distinction that seems particularly appropriate since Michelle was trained in molecular techniques by Laura (who retired last month).
Congratulation to Scott twice over! In quick succession, Scott has been awarded two highly prestigious postdoctoral fellowships from the Canadian government: first a two-year NSERC fellowship, which shortly thereafter he had to decline when he was awarded an even more competitive two-year Banting Fellowship. Scott thereby becomes one of only…
Warmest of congratulations to Nick for passing his oral PhD comprehensive exams with flying colors!
Congratulations to Kathryn Grabenstein for being awarded the Cynthia Kagarise Sherman Award for Best Undergraduate Thesis in Behavior by the Neurobiology & Behavior department faculty!