2018-12-19 2018-09-17 Professors Pamela Yeh And Van Savage, As Well As Postdoctoral Researcher, Elif Tekin's Remarkable NSF- And Nih/ncats-funded Npj Systems Biology And Applications Antibiotics Research Was UCLA's #4 Top Story Of 2018
2018-09-17 Professors Pamela Yeh And Van Savage, As Well As Postdoctoral Researcher, Elif Tekin's Remarkable NSF- And Nih/ncats-funded Npj Systems Biology And Applications Antibiotics Research Featured In Several News Avenues
2017-05-10 Congratulations To Master's Student, Kelsi Rutledge, For Earning The Best Student Fisheries Poster Award From The Southern California District Of The American Institute Of Fishery Research Biologists (aifrb)
2013-04-01 EEB Grad Students, Doug Booher, Marissa Caringella, Mark Phuong, And Camille Yabut, Have Received Prestigious NSF Predoctoral Fellowships And Janet Buckner And Madeline Tiee Received Honorable Mentions
2011-07-13 USA Today Reports Today On Research By Christine Scoffoni, A UCLA Doctoral Student In Ecology And Evolutionary Biology, And Lawren Sack, A UCLA Professor Of Ecology And Evolutionary Biology
2011-04-07 The Department Of Ecology And Evolutionary Biology Is Pleased And Proud To Announce That Three Of Its Graduate Students Received The Very Prestigious And Highly Competitive NSF Pre-doctoral Fellowships For 2011
Professor Peggy Fong wins William A. Niering Outstanding Educator Award
The Coastal Estuarine Research Federation (CERF) is a national association that promotes research and public policy objectives in nearshore ecosystems. Since 2001, CERF has recognized leaders in estuarine education excellence with the William A. Niering Outstanding Educator Award. The award was named after Niering who was a pioneer in wetlands ecology and tirelessly supported businesses and educators who promoted practices that protected coastal ecosystems. Peggy Fong is a world famous leader in estuarine ecology and unquestionably effervescent when discussing her research. Her enthusiasm and approachability opened the gate for many undergraduate and graduate students to pursue careers in coastal and estuarine science. The nomination process involves the submission of a letter outlining her distinguished scientific career and notable achievements as an educator in ecology. The nomination was supported by two letters from her colleagues and four from current or past students. In reading the submissions, it is clear that Peggy not only brings a high standard of excellence to our field but her passion for research inspires other young researchers to follow in her footsteps. That is why Peggy Fong was an undeniable candidate for the William A. Niering Outstanding Educator Award to be presented in Portland, Oregon this November.