Rachael was awarded the Aldo Leopold Award by the Wisconsin Chapter of The Wildlife Society. This award is “to provide support and recognition to a graduate and an undergraduate student who has made a commitment to the wildlife profession and has shown exceptional commitment to developing themselves professionally, and in doing so, honors the memory of Aldo Leopold”. Congrats Rachael!
Rachael was awarded a fellowship by the Morris Animal Foundation to support her dissertation work on landscape genetics of vector and host species in relation to plague ecology. Congrats Rachael!
A new blog has been set up for The Wildlife Society’s Molecular Ecology Working Group! See it at http://twsmolecularecology.blogspot.com/
Emily gave a talk at the Savannah River Ecology Lab in Aiken, SC. Stimulating conversation, great BBQ, warm weather!