Here are – all posted with kind permission – some photos of the student collections submitted as part of this year’s General Entomology course. The collections shown were among the most diverse, and/or well presented final submissions (however the line-up is far from complete). Students had to accumulate 100 insect specimens, curate them properly, and identify each specimen to the level of family. Congratulations!
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Some good news came to our lab recently in the form of SoLS-sponsored research awards and fellowships.
- Undergraduate student Usmaan Basharat received a SOLUR Apprentice grant for the project “Molecular phylogenetics and biogeography of Cuban weevils (Curculionidae)”.
- Graduate student Sal Anzaldo was awarded a STRI Graduate Fellowship to spend the 2014 Spring Semester in Panama, take a course in tropical field biology, and conduct research on conoderine weevils.
- Postdoctoral researcher Guanyang Zhang received the SoLS-RTI Postdoctoral Research Award, jointly with Patrick Browne of the Cadillo Lab, for the project “Elucidating weevil-endosymbiont associations and diversity across different ecological and evolutionary scales”‘.
Congratulations to all!