By Land and Sea

16 Mar 2017 - 10:00am
Bailey McMeans

A knowledge gap in nature is nothing new, but a gap in the research area of the Alaskan coastline is enough to drive a group of researchers, UTM Biology Professor Bailey McMeans among them, to further investigate the ocean and land processes that shape ecosystems in the Arctic over time and could have important effects on local Native (Iñupiat) communities.

Biology PhD student wins Prestigious Rosemary Grant Award!

13 Mar 2017 - 1:09pm
Molly Hetherington-Rauth

Molly Hetherington-Rauth, who is a PhD student in Marc Johnson’s lab has won a prestigious Rosemary Grant Award from the Society for the Study of Evolution. These awards are given to students in the early stages of their PhD program. The funds are awarded to help students collect preliminary data or to enhance the scope of their research beyond the limits of their current funding.

Three Ness Lab Members receive Travel Awards from SMBE

10 Mar 2017 - 10:48am
Jaspreet Duggal (left), Fathiya Mohamed (center) and Josianne Lachapelle (right)

Two undergraduate students and a Postdoctoral Fellow in Rob Ness’s Lab received Travel awards from the Society of Molecular Biology and Evolution (SBME). The annual meeting is happening July 2-6, 2017 in Austin, Texas.

Congratulations to Johnson Lab PhD Student Daniel Anstett!

22 Feb 2017 - 12:46pm
Daniel Anstett

Daniel Anstett (PhD 2016, Johnson Lab) has won a Banting Post-doctoral Fellowship.

This is the most prestigious and competitive post-doctoral award offered in Canada and it reflect Daniels’ hard work, seminal scientific achievements and his broader impact on the academic and non-academic communities.

The Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships program provides funding to the very best postdoctoral applicants, both nationally and internationally, who will positively contribute to the country's economic, social and research-based growth.

Now you see it: Video tutorials help with undergrad science review

22 Feb 2017 - 9:18am

If your Reading Week includes plans to hit the books a little harder, you might consider an alternative study aid—videos.