Gary McCracken and Emma Wilcox (FWF) have received a Community Engagement Incentive Grant to build a bat house over in the UT Gardens. The house will be large, about the size of a faculty office, and raised on stilts. McCracken […]
EEB was once again well-represented at the annual Chancellor’s Honors Banquet. Congratulations to Paul Armsworth, Jessica Welch, and Kenna Rewcastle! Paul Armsworth, 2015 Alumni Outstanding Teacher Award Jessica Welch, 2015 Jimmy and Ileen Cheek Graduate Student Medal of Excellence Kenna […]
Congrats to Evin Carter, Jessica Moore and Michael Van Nuland, who were recognized for Graduate Research, and Riley Bernard, Cassie Dresser and Marisol Sanchez-Garcia, who were recognized for Graduate Teaching, in the Inaugural Graduate Student Appreciation Week 2015. Below is […]
EEB is excited to announce that Susan Kalisz will be joining us as our new head of department, starting August 1!
The 2015 NSF Graduate Research Fellowships have been announced; Jordan Bush (Simberloff Lab) and Todd Pierson (Fitzpatrick Lab) each received one. Congratulations!
Eugene Wofford is an author on a new book coming out from the University of Tennessee press. Guide to the Vascular Plants of Tennessee is available for pre-order.
Chelsea Miller (Kwit Lab) has been awarded Catherine H. Beattie Fellowship for Conservation Horticulture from the Garden Club of America and the Center for Plant Conservation. Each year, the grant enables a graduate student in biology, horticulture, or a […]
Associate Professor Paul Armsworth is featured in TN Today with a new paper in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment called, “Are conservation organizations configured for effective adaptation to global change?” Veronica Brown (research coordinator, McCracken Lab) is featured on […]
Christine Hawkes’ seminar, which was scheduled for 3:30pm on Friday, February 27, has been cancelled, due to inclement weather.
On pages 6-7 in the March 2015 issue of National Geographic, there is a shout-out to J.R. Shute and Pat Rakes, two of Dave Etnier’s former Zoology graduate students. They founded Conservation Fisheries, Inc., based in Knoxville, which is devoted […]