Update on Ashley D’Antonio

Dr. Ashley D’Antonio, a former Shea lab undergraduate researcher (starting in 2005) is now Assistant Professor in Nature-Based Recreation Management in the Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society at Oregon State University in Corvallis!  Congratulations Ashley!!

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Ebola management

Congratulations to Shouli on her paper on uncertainty and Ebola management in PNAS!

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Amalie McKee graduates and joins Matt Ferrari’s lab for a postdoc

Amalie defended her PhD earlier this fall and graduates in December 2016.  We are delighted she will remain at PSU a little longer, to work with Matt Ferrari.

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Laura Russo accepts a Marie Curie Fellowship

Laura Russo will start at Trinity College, Dublin, in spring 2017.  Congratulations Laura!

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Joe Keller USDA-NIFA award – belated announcement!

Jospeh Keller was awarded a 2-year AFRI ELI Predoctoral Fellowship funded by the US Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture (USDA-NIFA).

“Weed Management Under Global Warming: Biocontrol Agent Phenological Mismatch”

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Congratulations, Amalie!

I am delighted to announce that Amalie McKee is the co-recipient of the 2016-17 Jeanette Ritter Mohnkern Graduate Student Scholarship in Biology!

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A productive week!

Last week was a very successful week.  Britta Teller heard that NIMBioS would support the working group she proposed.  She also had a paper (with Adam Miller and Kat) accepted at Journal of Applied Ecology.  Double congratulations to Britta!  Joe Keller was accepted to a week-long Max Planck course on IPMs – he’ll go to Germany in January.  And Colin Campbell (with Reka Albert, Suann Yang and Kat) had a paper accepted at Oikos.

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