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KU, Haskell students to present research projects at 24th annual symposium

Thirteen undergraduate students and six postbaccalaureate scholars supported by KU’s Office for Diversity in Science Training will present posters explaining their research from 4 to 5:30 p.m. April 12 in Navarre Hall at Haskell. The presenters include undergraduates from KU and Haskell, along…

Red Hot Research: Friday, March 29, 4 to 5:30 PM, Watson Library, 3 West

Plan to attend to see Undergraduate Biology’s Jenny Archibald discuss systematics, taxonomy, species, plant, diversity. Red Hot Research introduces researchers to the work of their colleagues; prompts questions within current research through the perspectives of many disciplines; and develops…

Red Hot Graduate Research: Friday, March 22, 4 to 5:30 p.m., Watson Library, 3 West

EEB and the BI research highlighted once again at Red Hot Research! Plan to attend to see EEB's Keana Tang present. Red Hot Graduate Research introduces KU scholars to the work of their colleagues; prompts questions within current research through the perspectives of many disciplines; and develops…

Tang receives MAGS Distinguished Thesis Award

Keana Tang, PhD Candidate and National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow with the Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at KU, has been awarded the Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools (MAGS) Distinguished Thesis Award for the Biological Sciences. The award recognizes and…

KU students present at Kansas Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol

Undergraduate researchers from the University of Kansas Lawrence and Medical Center campuses presented their research projects March 1 as part of Kansas Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol. Vivian Marshall, a senior from Topeka majoring in biology with a concentration in ecology,…

Red Hot Research: 4-5:30 PM Friday, March 1

Red Hot Research introduces researchers to the work of their colleagues; prompts questions within current research through the perspectives of many disciplines; and develops collaborative research teams as a result of overlapping interest & expertise. The event takes place Friday, March 1, 2024…

2024 Digital Data in Biodiversity Research Conference at KU May 20–31

iDigBio, the Natural Science Collections Alliance (NSCA), and The University of Kansas's Biodiversity Research Institute are delighted to announce the 2024 Digital Data in Biodiversity Research Conference, 29-31 May, with this edition of the conference again offering both in-person and virtual…

EEB’s Katya Mack featured in UC Berkeley’s Museum of Vertebrate Zoology Newsletter

The publication “Gene regulation helps species thrive in new climates” is highlighted in the Winter 2024 edition.

Timm receives Jackson Award for Outstanding Service

The American Society of Mammalogists recognizes Dr. Robert M. Timm, professor emeritus, as the 2023 recipient of the Hartley H. T. Jackson Award. Timm joined the KU Natural History Museum as curator-in-charge of mammals in 1986 and as a faculty member in the Department of Systematics and Ecology,…

Kelly Matsunaga Receives NSF Career Award

Kelly Matsunaga, assistant curator of paleobotany and Thomas N. Taylor Assistant Professor of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, has received a Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award from the National Science Foundation. The grant, which totals over $946,000, will fund research and…

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