EEB graduate program news
Congratulations to Dr. Sarah Hobbie on receiving the 2013 Council of Graduate Students Outstanding Faculty Award. This is the 4th year of this award, which was created by the council of graduate students as a chance for other graduate students to nominate and recognize faculty members who they feel do an outstanding job working with, advocating for, and advising graduate students.
Congratulations to EEB graduate students Jessie Tanner and Amy Kendig who were awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowships. Students Anika Bratt, Danielle Drabek, and Sarah Jaumann received honorable mention awards. Jessie is advised by Mark Bee and Amy by Elizabeth Borer and Eric Seabloom. Also, two incoming students for Fall 2013 have received this award, they are Meredith Palmer and Lauren White.
EEB graduate student Jessie Tanner has been awarded the Ford Fellowship. Jessie is advised by Mark Bee.
Graduate student Maga Gei has been awarded a one-year ($30,000) fellowship through the Smithsonian's Office of Fellowships and Internships in partnership with the Committee on Institutional Cooperation in order to support research in residence at Smithsonian Institution facilities. Maga is advised by Jennifer Powers.
EEB graduate student Clare Kazanski has been awarded $3,000 Carolyn Crosby Fellowship to help fund field studies. Clare is advised by Sarah Hobbie and Peter Reich.
Graduate student Lisa O'Bryan received an NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant for field work in Tanzania. Lisa is advised by Mike Wilson.
Congratulations to Dr. Sarah Hobbie on receiving the 2012 EEB Outstanding Adviser Award. This award was created and voted on by EEB graduate students. It recognizes Sarah's unceasing dedication to great advising of not only her own students, but students across the program, and her constant commitment to improving the EEB graduate program. Thank you Sarah!
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