Kaytee Ankrom wins VPR challenge

Kaytee Ankrom wins VPR challenge

Our own Kaytee Ankrom became the first Wall lab member to win the prestigious VPR fellowship. Kaytee was selected after a 3-minute presentation on the…

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Diana Wall among the world's most highly cited researchers

Diana Wall among the world’s most highly cited researchers

Diana Wall is among the world’s top 1% of most highly cited scientists with outsized influence across several fields during the last decade, according to…

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An Ecosystem Grows In Antarctica

An Ecosystem Grows In Antarctica

The Antarctic Sun features Diana Wall’s and colleagues’ work during the 2017/2018 field season in “The Ice”: https://antarcticsun.usap.gov/science/contentHandler.cfm?id=4375 For more information on the Wall lab’s research in…

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Former Wall lab high-school intern heading to Yale

Former Wall lab high-school intern heading to Yale

We congratulate Eden Senay for her acceptance at Yale University! As a sophomore in high school, Eden spent the 2016 Summer on a science internship with…

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Bach to nature: Happiness is just a Prairie State of mind for Nachusa’s first full-time scientist

Bach to nature: Happiness is just a Prairie State of mind for Nachusa’s first full-time scientist

Click in the link below to see the Sauk Valley story on the first full-time scientist at TNC’s Nachusa Grassland, who happens to be our…

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