New Species Discovered

A paper describing a new species of Clematis by EEB graduate student Aaron Floden appeared in the latest volume of the Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas.  The new species was discovered during biological survey work in the […]

Cichlids in Science

A recent paper that Ben Keck and Darrin Hulsey of UTK co-authored was published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B and written about in the journal Science: http://news.sciencemag.org/biology/2013/09/tracing-cichlids-through-seas Link to the open access publication: http://rspb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/280/1770/20131733.full?sid=f6d752f3-63a9-4ae0-adba-6d0e183c89e5

Ocoee Rafting

A group of EEB-ers (and friends) went rafting on the Ocoee last weekend.  The trip was organized by Zach Marion, a grad student in the Fitzpatrick lab who is also a raft guide for RaftOne (http://www.raft1.com/). Everyone who participated had […]

Bat Mania

Gary McCracken took 3 graduate students (Amanda Janicki, Riley Bernard, and Melqui Gamba Rios) to the International Bat Research Conference in Costa Rica in August.  It was the largest bat meeting ever, with over 600 participants from 55 countries.  Below […]

Ideation Challenge Prize for EEB Grad Student

Anna (Annie) Furches won third place in the Thomson Reuters Web of Knowledge Ideation Challenge in April. Competitors submitted innovative concept papers describing new ways users can interact with the content and tools in Web of Knowledge. This link contains […]

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EEB Grad Students going to Sweden

Graduate students Jeremiah Henning (Classen Lab) and Quentin Read (Sanders Lab) were just invited to participate in the Boreal Forest Ecology Course in Sweden. The course, led by David Wardle at SLU (http://www.seksko.se/en/research/researchers/senior-researchers/70-david-wardle.html) is competitive to get into and attracts […]