Carly and Erin won first place in their respective (PhD and MS) categories for their talks at the Odum School's Graduate Student Symposium!!
We welcome Andres Baron (lab manager and technician) and Kelsey Morton (undergraduate assistant) to the lab!
Last weekend was our lab retreat. We went to Watson Mill Bridge State Park and spent the day hiking, identifying tree species, eating yummy food and playing in the shoals. Thanks to all for making it a fun day!
Fall semester is upon us and we welcome Mike Ament (PhD student) and Jenna Peissig (undergraduate researcher) to the lab!
We all bid a fond farewell to Shialoh this month, who has secured a new position in the Odum School. We are sad to see her go, but happy we can still see her every day. Congratulations Shialoh!
Since spring semester, we have had four new undergraduate assistants join the lab: Connor Timpone, Amy Johnson, David Blount and Breanna Walker. Welcome to all!
There has been a lot of activity in the lab the last year. Carly received grants for her arctic research from the Explorer's Club and the Lewis and Clark Fund! Melanie won second place for her talk at the Graduate Student Symposium! Jeff was awarded a Small Grant from the Odum School! Nina was awarded best oral paper in Forest, Range and Wildland Div of the SSSA and was awarded Faculty Instructor of the Year from the Odum School! Congratulations to all!
We have had a very productive summer in the Wurzburger Lab! We began displacing throughfall at our site in the southern Appalachians this June thanks to the hard work of Jeff and Team Drought, Austin and Shialoh have been helping launch our longleaf pine project, Carly and I visited Toolik Lake to begin a new project in the arctic tundra and meanwhile Megan and Meryom have been busy with soil incubations and enzyme assays. We welcome Melanie Taylor, a new graduate student to the lab and we wish Courtney all the best as she begins a new job at University of Alabama.
A fond farewell and congratulations to Dina... who completed her B.S. this month. And a warm welcome to Meryom Patillo, our new undergraduate assistant.
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