J is virtually visiting Wright State University today to give a seminar on some of the cool work our group is doing! J is super excited to be able to catch up and hang out with former lab mate Megan Rua, assistant professor in the Biological Sciences dept.
Recent Henning Lab undergraduate researcher Madison Nelson will be joining the lab as a dual-enrollment Masters student working toward her M.S. in Biology and M.Ed. in Secondary Education simultaneously! Madison will be exploring how student visible and hidden identities shape their experiences in STEM classes at South Alabama, Auburn, Tuskegee, and Cal State Chico! WooHoo!
New paper out in Ecology Letters in which we measure net ecosystem exchange in the classic Tilman biodiversity-ecosystem function experiment at Cedar Creek! Such a fun project and cool paper lead by Mayank! check it out here.
Congratulations to our amazing graduating seniors! So happy for the four of them although it's always hard to lose such amazing & hard working students. I'm so excited to see what's next for them!
J was representing the lab group and presenting some of the lab's student identity research this week as part of the NSF ECR PI conference. Here is the poster that J presented.
It's been a fun fall working with Kaylin, Carolien, Emily, Asia, Zachery, and Madison from the Mobile Bay National Estuarine Program on some apple snail trapping. Today marks the final day of the semester for us to trap apple snails until spring!
Jeremiah has been selected by the office of Academic Affairs to be part a USA Faculty Fellow in Community Engagement with the Office of Community Engagement. This will expand opportunities for students working with J and in his classes to build meaningful connections to the Mobile community at large!
Last weekend, Carolien Millenaar took home the 2020 Sunbelt championship in Cross-Country and honors as Sunbelt Runner of the Year and First-Team All-conference!! WooHoo Carolien, an amazing student-athlete on the course and in the classroom!!!!
J has a new paper out that was lead by Alex Strauss and folks from the University of Minnesota. We incorporated vector demography and dispersal to better understand how diseases spread through communities! We also counted lots and lots of aphids too!
Department of Biology - University of South Alabama