Herb Wilson is in the Central Maine Sunday Paper every other Sunday! Access this week’s article here.
Ron Peck runs in the Boston Marathon 2015! Way to go Ron! Read the article here.
Biology professor Ron Peck wins the Bay of Fundy International Marathon! Full article can be found here.
David Angelini (Assistant Professor of Biology) was awarded a CAREER grant from the National Science Foundation to intensify research on the soapberry bug’s unusual development of its wings. Read the complete article here.
Cat Collins (Assistant Professor of Biology) and Travis Reynolds (Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies) have been awarded a funded NSF REU grant to work on church forests in Ethiopia. See the article here.
Julia Rogers (’16, Environmental Studies) presents her research project at the ESA conference in Costa Rica in the photo below.
First article highlights a paper by Jennifer Malpass (Biology ’08)
Here’s a link to her page on the OSU web site: http://senr.osu.edu/our-people/jennifer-malpass
Mark Chaffin (’12 Biology & Math Sciences:Statistics) is headed to graduate school at Harvard!
“I will be entering Harvard University’s masters program in Computational Biology and Quantitative Genetics this coming fall. I ended up getting accepted to all 6 schools I applied to which made this an incredibly challenging decision on my part, but after weighing the pros and cons of each program, Harvard stood out as the best option.”
Ellie Linden (’14, Biology, Environmental Studies:Science) is off to University of Connecticut’s Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology to pursue a Master’s in Biodiversity and Conservation Biology.
Katerina Faust (’14, Biology:Neuroscience) is headed to Cornell University to pursue a Ph.D. in Behavioral and Evolutionary Neuroscience in the Department of Psychology.
Ali Smith (’14, Biology: Cell and Molecular Biology and Biochemistry) is headed to Cornell University to pursue a Ph.D.
Jay Liu (’14, Biology: Neuroscience) has accepted a position as a Research Technician at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Research Lab in Boston.
Andrew Beauschesne and Leigh Fryxell, class of 2014, travel through the Bandlands on their way to California.