The Summer of 2017!

Sunday, September 3, 2017 - 8:00pm

Lots of news to report this summer!

  • John was promoted to Associate Professor with tenure & chosen as a McKnight Presidential fellow!
  • Althea ArchMiller moved into a tenure track position at Concordia College in Moorhead MN!
  • Juliana Vélez joined the Fieberg lab as a new PhD student in Conservation Sciences.  Juliana is a Fulbright scholar and an Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Global Change Scholar.  Welcome Juliana!
  • Jake Ferguson joined the Fieberg lab as a postdoc.  He will be working to develop recommendations for monitoring zebra mussels in newly infected lakes.  Welcome Jake!
  • John helped co-teach workshops related to animal tracking/movement in North Carolina and Faido, Switzerland.
  • John gave a talk at the Euring meeting in Barcelona, Spain titled, "How, Why, and How Much: Understanding space-use patterns by linking animal movement, habitat selection, and home range"
  • John and Althea co-taught a workshop titled, Developing a Workflow to Maximize Reproducibility and Research Impact: Managing Data,  Computer Code, and Projects for Success.  They will also be providing this workshop at this year's Wildlife Society meeting in Aluquerque.
  • Lots of new papers accepted - see the publications tab!