Suzie recently shared her final presentation focused on cool phytoplankters in her art class.
I just learned about our 53rd publication from the Meta-analysis class. Nice job, Andrea!
Paez, A. M., M. Sundaram, and J. R. Willoughby. 2021. Comparison of minimally invasive monitoring methods and live trapping in mammals. Genes 12(12):1949. (Website)
Sarah Zohdy’s meta-analysis class group project has been published. Congrats to Jordan for leading a bunch of awesome students to get this paper out! This is our class’ 52nd paper. Wow! As a special bonus, I just heard Sarah on NPR discussing her CDC research about mosquitos.
Eckert, J., S. Oladipupo, Y. Wang, S. Jiang, V. Patel, B. McKenzie, N. Lobo, and S. Zohdy. In press. Which trap is best? Alternatives to outdoor human landing catches for malaria vector surveillance: a meta-analysis. Malaria Journal
Alan has recently learned that he is the recipient of one of the highest honors available to faculty at Auburn University – The Gerald and Emily Leischuck Endowed Presidential Awards for Excellence in Teaching – which recognizes faculty who are effective teachers, advisors, and mentors. The College of Agriculture recently advertised the award, too. Cash was able to join me for a fancy lunch with Dr. Leischuck, AU President Chris Roberts, AU Provost Vini Nathan, and past recipients of the award. Fun event!