Congratulations to Tom Keaney for receiving a grant from the Jasper Loftus Hills memorial fund. Well done!
Therésa, Marty, Ashton and Annie are featured in a new documentary, “How Scientist’s Work” which is available to watch ABC iView to watch. Tune in to hear about their research!
Nik has received an Ecological Society of Australia Student Research Award to support his research. Great work, Nik!
Tom has been received Australian Evolution Society (AES) Student Research Award for his outstanding research. The AES Student Research Award is given to recognise a significant research publication in evolutionary biology from a graduate student. As part of his award, Tom has been invited to present his research at the 2020 virtual AES conference.
Success for Nik in his application for funding from the Native Australian Animals Trust. Congratulations!
Congratulations to Therésa Jones and Dan Parker for receiving funding in collaboration with Dr Kylie Soanes and Dr Stanislav Roudavski from the William Stone Trust. This funding will support the project Prosthetic Nest Sites: An Ecological Alternative for the Powerful Owl. They have received $27,375 to support development, installation, and testing of prosthetic nests compared with existing artificial habitat creation techniques.
Congratulations to Nik for receiving two grants in 2019. He was successful in receiving funding from the Holsworth Wildlife Research Endowment and from the Field Naturalists Club of Victoria Environment Fund.
Ashton has been awarded a Jasper Loftus-Hills award which will allow her to purchase solar panel lights. This funding will allow her to expand her previously correlational focused research by providing the equipment she needs to conduct an experiment. She will use this experiment to test hypotheses she has developed throughout her research.
Congratulations to Tom for receiving The Stearns graduate research award. This is an annual award chosen by the ESEB & the Journal of Evolutionary Biology (JEB) editorial team for the best paper by a graduate student published in the journal for the year. Tom received this award for his paper “Mother’s curse and indirect genetic effects: do males matter to mitochondrial genome evolution?” (https://doi.org/10.1111/jeb.13561).
Well done to Ashton for receiving her third round of funding from Holsworth Wildlife Research Endowment. This funding will cover the last of her genetic analyses examining whether extra-pair paternity exists in willie wagtails. Well done!