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EEB Graduate Student Ashley Wojciechowski is the recipient of the 2023 Kenneth B. Armitage Graduate Teaching Award. For the Spring 2023 semester, Wojciechowski worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant with Drs. Kris Holder and Jae Young Choi for BIOL350 (Principles of Genetics). “I am still so blown…

In a remote, mountainous rainforest in Central America, researcher Jocelyn Colella and colleagues recently conducted fieldwork monitoring zoonotic diseases. In this Q&A from the Office of Research, the KU professor discusses how most emerging diseases in humans come from nonhuman mammals and…

Haylee Nedblake

Congratulations to EEB Graduate Student Haylee Nedblake, winner of this year’s Donald R. Kaplan Dissertation Award in Comparative Morphology.  The annual award of up to $10,000 may be used to support equipment and supplies, travel for research and to attend meetings, and for summer support. Nedblake’s proposal:  Evolution of bee-exclusionary corolla width differences in Penstemon.

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