NSF Graduate Fellowships – Updated (again)

Five Six current or incoming EEB students were awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowships or honorable mentions: Awards: Rachel Fovargue (Armsworth lab) Lauren Breza (Classen lab) Angela Chuang (incoming Riechert lab) Honorable mentions: Brian Looney (Matheny) Katie Massana (Schilling & O’Meara) Quentin […]

NEON construction to begin

Funds have been released for the construction of the National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) as of Aug. 2011. See this press release. From the release: “NEON plans to build 62 sites across the U.S., utilizing cutting-edge technology that will gather […]

NEON construction to begin

Funds have been released for the construction of the National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) as of Aug. 2011. See this press release. From the release: “NEON plans to build 62 sites across the U.S., utilizing cutting-edge technology that will gather […]

Mariano Rodriguez-Cabal awarded NSF DDIG fellowship for work on invasion ecology in Patagonia

EEB grad student Mariano Rodriguez-Cabal was just awarded an NSF DDIG fellowship for his PhD work on invasion ecology in Patagonia: DISSERTATION RESEARCH: Direct and indirect effects of invasive species on plant-seed disperser mutualisms. Many plants rely on fruit-eating animals […]

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Mariano Rodriguez-Cabal awarded NSF DDIG fellowship for work on invasion ecology in Patagonia

EEB grad student Mariano Rodriguez-Cabal was just awarded an NSF DDIG fellowship for his PhD work on invasion ecology in Patagonia: DISSERTATION RESEARCH: Direct and indirect effects of invasive species on plant-seed disperser mutualisms. Many plants rely on fruit-eating animals […]

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