Congratulations to Emma Whittington, CRE PhD student, for being awarded a Syracuse University Graduate Fellowship.
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Pitnick’s Bio 417 class publishes class research in the British journal Behaviour with 19 undergraduate student co-authors – http://news.syr.edu/a-natural-curiosity-biology-professor-demystifies-science-for-students-83969/
CRE research on genotype-phenotype associations in Drosophila empowered by OrangeGrid: Syracuse University’s newly developed computational infrastructure – http://researchcomputing.syr.edu/orangegrid-shifting-evolutionary-genetics-research-into-high-gear/#more-799
Congratulations to Caitlin McDonough, CRE PhD student, for being awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship!
Congratulations to Brian Gress, CRE PhD student, for being awarded an NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant for his research on the evolution of alternative mating tactics in the yellow dung fly!
Congratulations to Kelly Schmid, CRE MS student, for winning Best Poster Award at the SU All-University Graduate Research Symposium!
Congratulations to Jannice Friedman for being awarded an NSF EAGER grant to support her research on mechanisms of pollen competition in plants with different reproductive strategies!
Congratulations to Steve Dorus and Dave Begun (UC, Davis) for being awarded an NIH, NIGMS RO1 grant to support their collaborative research on de novo gene evolution in Drosophila!
Congratulations to Dr. Nalini Puniamoorthy, CRE Postdoctoral Fellow, for being awarded a prestigious Overseas Postdoctoral Fellowship from the National University of Singapore to support her research on reproductive coevolution between the sexes in sepsid flies!