Former Biology Chair Allen Nicholson has joined the CST Dean's office as Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs.
Mark Feitelson receives a new grant from NIAID
Professor Feitelson received a 4-year R01 grant from NIAID (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases). It involves development of next generation hepatitis B virus (HBV) therapeutic compounds.
Rob Kulathinal receives tenure and promotion
Congratulations to Rob Kulathinal for receiving tenure and being promoted to Associate Professor of Biology.
Tonia Hsieh receives tenure and promotion
Congratulations to Tonia Hsieh who received tenure and was promoted to Associate Professor of Biology.
Rachel Spigler receives new NSF grant
Rachel Spigler has been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation. The title of the study is: "Effects of mating system change on population dynamics: an experimental test across competitive contexts."
Weidong Yang receives a new NIH R35 Grant
Weidong Yang received a renewable $2.23 million grant from the National Institute of Health: "Super-resolution Microscopy Study of Molecular Transport Mechanisms."
Michele Repetto receives an NSF Graduate Fellowship
Michele Repetto, who works in Dr. Amy Freestone's laboratory, just received an NSF Graduate Fellowship entitled "Biotic factors influencing competitive intransitivity across a biogeographic gradient."
A memorial service for Stuart Neff, Emeritus Professor of Biology, will take place on April 11
Dr. Stuart Neff, Emeritus Professor of Biology, passed away in October 2016. There will be a memorial service at the Laurel Hill Cemetery conservatory on April 11 at 3 pm.
Robert Sanders becomes ASLO Fellow
Bob Sanders is a new Fellow of the Association for the Sciences of Limnology & Oceanography.
Robert Sanders receives a new NSF grant
Bob Sanders was awarded a 3-year grant from the National Science Foundation: "The ecological impact of mixotrophic algae in a changing Arctic marine climate."