June 17, 2021

Our remote high school researcher, Saranya, has found her way to Auburn to spend the summer with us to continue her research.  Research super star!

June 4, 2021

I had a great time sharing information about water quality and algal blooms with several Alabama Extension agents who regularly have to deal with these events.  Thanks to Rusty and Bencer for making this event possible.

May 9, 2021

Despite covid, Luke Roy and I held a needed water quality workshop with dozens of catfish farmers to share our new research related to controlling algal blooms in aquaculture. 

May 17, 2021

We have added two new undergraduate researchers – Jake Delaney and Jessica Chan.  Welcome! 

May 24, 2021

Congratulations to Matt Gladfelter, Edna Fernandez-Figueroa, and Riley Buley for completing their graduate degrees.  Matt is sticking around to start his PhD, Edna is starting a remote sensing focused postdoc with Stephanie Rogers, and Riley is starting his new job as Senior Water Program Lead position with the Meskwaki Nation in Iowa.

March 15

Our new colleague, Dengjun “Kevin” Wang, who just joined us in January has already gotten a research grant from the Alabama Water Resources Research Institute (USGS).  Nice job, Kevin. 

March 10

My meta-analysis are still producing exciting papers despite covid.  Publications #40 and #41 from my class were recently accepted for publication.  Nice job, Jordan, Ruediger, and Henry.  Eckert, J., M. Carrisosa, and R. Hauck. 2021. Network meta-analysis comparing the effectiveness of anticoccidial drugs and anticoccidial vaccination in broiler chickens. Veterinary Parasitology 291:109387. (PDF).  Hershey, H. 2021. Updating the consensus on fishway efficiency: a meta-analysis. Fish and Fisheries 22(4):735-748. (PDF)

March 5

Thanks to Michael Chislock for giving Edna, Matt, and I an opportunity to remotely talk with his students at SUNY-Brockport about successfully entering and completing graduate school. 

December 20, 2020

Hannah and Steve have published another paper from their meta-analysis class project!  Great job.  Correia, H. E., A. Abebe, and F. S. DobsonIn press. Multiple paternity and the number of offspring: A model reveals two major groups of species. BioEssays