Three EEB Graduate Students Receive Presentation Awards

Prizes were awarded for the best oral and poster presentations at the 2012 Canadian Society of Ecology and Evolution (CSEE) annual meeting, this year in Ottawa.

Nathaniel Sharp, html5-dom-document-internal-entity1-quot-endSexual selection can reduce mutation load in Drosophilia melanogasterhtml5-dom-document-internal-entity1-quot-end
Anna Simonsen, html5-dom-document-internal-entity1-quot-endEvidence for ecological benefits of cheating symbiotic soil microbes in the face of insect herbivoryhtml5-dom-document-internal-entity1-quot-end
Emily Austen, html5-dom-document-internal-entity1-quot-endFlowering early or flowering big: which matters more for male and female fitness?html5-dom-document-internal-entity1-quot-end

Nathaniel, Anna, and Emily are among the eight students who won prizes for best presentation.

For more information on these presentations and CSEE 2012, click here.