2015 News

    • CPB faculty members Howard Cornell and Susan Harrison are on the 2015 Thompson Reuters Highly Cited Researchers list (highlycited.com), which places them among the top 1% most cited scientists in their field.
    • CPB Fellow Marjorie Weber has accepted a faculty position at Michigan State University starting August 2016
    • Graham Coop, CPB faculty member, is selected as one of UC Davis Chancellor's Fellows
    • CPB postdoctoral affiliate Dan Runcie has accepted a faculty position at the UC Davis Department of Plant Sciences
    • Tim Caro, CPB faculty member, has a new book in press on why zebras are striped
    • The Kids Into Discovering Science (KiDS) program, an outreach program coordinated by Kara Moore and GGE and PBGG graduate students, has received a grant from the Pitzer Family Foundation to expand this program for the 2016 season.
    • Several CPB members establish the Zostera Experimental Network (ZENScience)
    • Alan Hastings, professor of environmental science and policy and CPB member, is elected to the National Academy of Sciences.
    • Sharon Strauss and Peter Wainwright, both professors in the Department of Evolution and Ecology as well as CPB members, are inducted into the class of 2015 elected fellows of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
    • Brian Johnson from the Department of Entomology and Nematology becomes the latest faculty member of CPB
    • https://johnsonlabucdavis.wordpress.com/
    • CPB Postdoctoral Fellow Marjorie Weber receives the American Society of Naturalists Young Investigator Award
    • http://www.amnat.org/awards.html
    • CPB Postdoctoral Fellow Heather Kharouba has accepted an Assistant Professor position in the Department of Biology at the University of Ottawa, Canada starting September 2016.