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Read article: College of LAS announces teaching and advising awards
College of LAS announces teaching and advising awards
The College of LAS has selected 14 professors, graduate students, lecturers, and an advisor as the recipients of the 2024 teaching and advising awards. “We are proud to have such an impressive group of people advancing our vital teaching and advising goals,” said Venetria K. Patton, the Harry E....
Read article: The insights of the charismatic frogs
The insights of the charismatic frogs
As if frogs aren’t reason enough to leap into this profile, researchers are starting to see more clearly what the creatures can tell us about animal behavior and biological organization. Eva Fischer, professor of evolution, ecology, and behavior and Lincoln Excellence for...
Read article: New Team Science Leadership Program aims to form new collaborations among mid-career faculty
New Team Science Leadership Program aims to form new collaborations among mid-career faculty
Four SIB professors are participating in the Team Science Leadership Program offered by the IGB this fall.  The Team Science Leadership Program is a new program being offered by the Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology, consisting of a series of workshops that bring together...
Read article: Alison Bell honored with Campus Award for Excellence in Guiding Undergraduate Research
Alison Bell honored with Campus Award for Excellence in Guiding Undergraduate Research
Faculty, staff, and graduate teaching assistants at the University of Illinois, including 11 instructors from the College of LAS, were honored recently for excellence in teaching, mentoring, and advising. These awards, sponsored by the Office of the Provost, are collectively known as the Campus...
Read article: Illinois Students Awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowships
Illinois Students Awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowships
Launched in 1952 shortly after Congress established NSF, the Graduate Research Fellowship (GRF) program represents the nation's oldest continuous investment in the scientific workforce. The program recruits high-potential, early-career researchers and supports their graduate training in science,...
Read article: A cold-specialized icefish species underwent major genetic changes as it migrated to temperate waters, new study finds
A cold-specialized icefish species underwent major genetic changes as it migrated to temperate waters, new study finds
Angel Rivera-Colón, a former graduate student now postdoc in the lab of Julian Catchen (CIS/GNDP), an associate professor in the department of Evolution, Ecology, and Behavior at the University of Illinois...

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