Kelli presented her poster The Effects of Soil Microbes on the Growth of the Federally Endangered Astragalus bibullatus (Fabaceae), by Kelli Showalter, Rachel Becknell, Dr. Matthew Albrecht, and Dr. Scott Mangan at the 8th Annual St Louis Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation (SLEEC) Retreat at Maryville University. Good job Kelli!
Congratulations to Dr. Mangan for giving his tenure talk “Does Competition Really Rule the World? Plant-Microbial Interactions as Drivers of Plant Diversity” on the many aspects of his research. We're all rooting for you!
Dr. Scott Mangan and Philippa Tanford attended ESA 2018. They presented two talks:
Thanks to all the Natural Enemies 2018! Our team includes (from left to right) Jacob Longmeyer, Scott Mangan, Daniel Hull, Lauren Kohart, Raj Pandya, Ivan Ginsberg, Luiza Alves, Rebecca Kiesel, Rachel Becknell, Margie Lodes, Anna Thomas, and Claudia Stein (front).
This year we won first prize in the Tyson Olympics! Go Natural Enemies!
With her $2000 grant from the Webster Groves Nature Studies Society, Rachel will be studying Determining the Role of Soil Microbes in Creating Biodiverse and Successful Tallgrass Prairie Restorations. Congratulations!
Savannah and Erin attend the Midstates Undergraduate Research Symposium in the Biological Sciences and Psychology to present their poster on "The role of soil microbes and plant diversity in pollination and soil carbon sequestration under climate change".
Congratulations to our students! We reached our lab's highest record ever for posters presented at Washington University's fall Undergraduate Research Symposium. On Saturday, Oct. 21, our 4 high school students ("TERFers", Tyson Environmental Research Fellowships) and our 4 undergraduates (Tyson Undergraduate Fellows) presented posters about the work they did over the summer.
We are presenting posters at the 7th Annual St Louis Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation (SLEEC) Retreat at Saint Louis University.
Our group is enjoying the 102nd Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America in Portland. We are presenting two talks: