- Graduate student presentations at scientific conferences
- Graduate College Research and Travel Grant recipients for March - April 2012
- Teresa Clark - project title - "Identification of Novel Regulatory Factors in the Biosynthesis of Aspartate-Derived Amino Acids"
- Allister Malcolm -
project title - "The Influence of Anthropogenic Noise on Acoustic Mating Signal Effectiveness in Hylid Frogs"
- David Jeng - project title - "Studies Related to Tanapox Virus 15L Open Reading Frame"
- Amanda McKenna -
project title - "Mapping the Microglia/Immune Response to Two Methods of Olfactory Bulb Deafferentation in Zebrafish"
- Krystal Seibert - project title - "Development of Tanapox Virus of Oncolytic Therapy"
- Graduate Teaching Effectiveness Award recipients for 2011-12
- Alexandra Haase M.S. - departmental Graduate Teacher Award
- Daniel Kueh Ph.D. - departmental Graduate Teacher Award
- Graduate Research and Creative Scholar Award recipients for 2011-12
- Taylor Paskin M.S. - All-University Scholar
- Benjamin Slager Ph.D. - Department Scholar Award
- Elizabeth Warburton received the Willis A. Reid Jr. Student Research Grant from the American Society of Parasitologists. This is the only graduate student grant that the society gives and Elizabeth had the highest rated proposal in the nation.
- Graduate College Research and Travel Grant recipients for 2011-12
- Rachel Bredernitz - project title - "The Relative Importance of Resources Limitation and Predator Limitation in a Trout Stream Food Web"
- Rachel Chimner - project title - "Isolation of a Dosage-Dependent Suppressor Using Saccharomyces cerevisiae as a Yeast Model System"
- Jacob Job - project title - "Can You Hear Me Now? Does Urban Noise Induce Plastic Responses in Populations of Chipping Sparrows (Spizella Passerina)?"
- John-Mary Vianney - project title - "Does Electrical Stimulation Regulate Glial Cell Line-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (GDNF) in Skeletal Muscle Cells?"
- Nicholas Wicks - project title - "Testicular Effects of Immunological Castration of Swine With Two Different Commercially Available Anti-GnRH Vaccines"
- Monica McCullough has been named a Gwen Frostic Dissertation Fellow of the Graduate College for 2011-12. This is a highly competitive fellowship awarded to doctoral students engaged in exceptional research.
- Graduate Student Research and Travel Grant recipients for 2011-12
- Monica McCullough Ph.D., Mary Thwaites M.S. - research grants
- Derrick Hilton Ph.D. - travel grant
- The American Society for Microbiology has selected Fernanda Jimenez Otero as a 2011 award recipient of the ASM Undergraduate Research Fellowship.