Graduate student Heather-Rose Kates’ research, funded by a USDA grant she received, has been featured in an article and video produced by Voice of America:
The polyploidy revolution then…and now: Stebbins revisited., by Soltis, Visger, and Soltis — American Journal of Botany, 2014 (DOI: 10.3410/f.722765935.793500872), has been recommended in F1000Prime as being of special significance in its field by F1000.
Congratulations to Nicolas Garcia on being named an Outstanding International Student in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences for 2014! Way to go, Nicolas!
Previous recipients of this prestigious award include lab members Claudia Segovia-Salcedo and Monica Arakaki.
Clayton Visger won the award for the best presentation in the Ecological Section at the annual meetings of the Botanical Society of America, Boise, ID 2014
Congratulations to yet another group of great volunteers in the lab who have logged many hours helping grad students with their research:
- Casandra Perez (200 hours!)
- Kylie Beauchamp (100 hours!)
- Kayla Ventura (100 hours!)
Thanks to these and all of our volunteers!
Three of our volunteers received recognition certificates for volunteering 100 hours! Congratulations Casandra Perez, Valeria Segui, and Milda Stanislaukas.
Every year we have many undergraduate students working in the lab, this is a great way to get research experience. Students work alongside graduate students or post-docs and some develop their own projects.
Congratulations to Andy Crowl, Clayton Visger and Blaine Marchant who all received 2014 Botanical Society of America Graduate Student Research Awards!
Undergrad researcher Kayla Ventura received the BSA Undergraduate Research Award!
Congratulations to all!
Congratulations to the many undergraduates in the lab who were awarded research scholarships:
- Kayla, Cole, Veronica and Jordan were all named University Scholars
- Kayla was also selected as an HHMI Science For Life scholar
Way to go, that’s a great achievement for so many of our students to get these awards!
Congratulations to Doug, who was recently awarded the 2014 Outstanding Postdoc Mentoring Award! The postdoc mentoring awards are established to encourage and reward excellence, innovation, and effectiveness in the mentoring of UF postdocs. Each year, up to three faculty members will receive awards of $2000 each. Faculty awardees will serve on a Postdoc Mentoring Committee two years to provide guidance and advice to the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs regarding postdoc mentoring issues. Past Postdoc Mentoring Award winners will also serve as the review committee for the Postdoc Mentoring Awards.
Graduate Student Claudia Segovia has been awarded the 2014 Association for Academic Women Lockhart Dissertation Fellowship. Congratulations!