News from the Fraterrigo Lab
April 23, 2018. April has been an exciting and busy month for the Fraterrigo lab. Sam and Jen presented papers at the US-IALE conference in Chicago, Ron gave a presentation at the Illinois Native Plant Society Indigenous Plant Symposium in Carbondale, IL, and Jen traveled to Columbia, Missouri to give a seminar and meet with School and Natural Resources faculty and Forest Service scientists.
February 13, 2018.Graduate student Matt Candeias gave a presentation titled, "Changing the Conversation about Plants" as part of the Orpheum Science For All seminar series.
December 2017. Check out the newest publication from the lab based on Tyler Refsland's dissertation research! Click here.
December 14, 2017. Graduate student Tyler Refsland presented the results of his dissertation research at AGU in New Orleans.
April 28, 2017. Congratulations to Taskeen Khan (left) and Nadia Ennab (right) on completing undergraduate research projects in the lab and to graduate student Tyler Refsland (center), who mentored them! Great work!
April 18, 2017.Check out the newest publication from the lab based on Matt Craig's thesis research. Way to go Matt! Click here.
March 30, 2017.Weile Chen has joined the lab as a post-doc on the Arctic shrubs project. Welcome Weile!
February 24, 2017. Please join us at the Urbana Free Library on Thursday, March 2 at 7 pm to hear graduate student Matt Candeias's talk entitled, "The World of Avian Pollinators." Matt will share some of his favorite pictures and his considerable knowledge of bird-pollinated plants. You can learn more about the event here.
October 15, 2016. Check out Jen's invited commentary about persistence traits and their role in species recovery following land abandoment published in Applied Vegetation Science (DOI: 10.1111/avsc.12276).
October 11, 2016. A study by graduate student Matt Candeias entitled "Rareness starts early for disturbance-dependent grassland plant species" has recently been published in Biodiversity Conservation (DOI 10.1007/s10531-016-1202-y). Congratulations Matt!
September 15, 2016. Welcome to new lab members Luis and Mara!