Aneesh Hariharan (PhD Student, QERM) will be presenting at the UW School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences (SAFS) Quantitative Seminar on April 3,2020.
[Note: The Quantitative Seminar series will be hosted online via Zoom this spring.
Theoretical Population Biology will be releasing a special issue in June, celebrating the journal’s 50th anniversary. Eric L. Charnov (graduated 1973), Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology of University of Utah and University of New Mexico, received special recognition in the special issue by the journal’s Editor-in-Chief for his 1976 paper titled, “Optimal foraging: The marginal value theorem.” This paper was part of his 1973 doctoral thesis.Read more »
Lily McGill, a National Science Foundation (NSF) fellow, received an additional fellowship through the NSF Graduate Research Internship Program. This fellowship allowed her to complete an internship during the fall quarter (2019) at the EPA Western Ecology Division in Corvallis, Oregon where she collaborated with Dr.Read more »
QERM graduate student, Hannah Sipe completed her master’s degree autumn quarter (2019).
She successfully defended her master’s thesis “Multi-state occupancy modeling and optimal allocation of survey resources for Common Loons in Washington State” under the guidance of her master’s supervisory committee chair Sarah J.
Cole Monnahan (QERM graduate 2017) recently accepted a position with the National Marine Fisheries Service Alaska Fisheries Science Center. He will be joining the Status of Stocks and Multispecies Assessment Program, which works to “incorporate biological and oceanographic data collected by NOAA Fisheries and others into statistical models to detect trends in abundance, predict future fish population size and provide recommendations to resource managers on safe harvest limits for commercial, recreational and subsistence fisheries in Alaska.”Read more »
Kiva Oken (QERM graduate 2016) recently accepted a faculty position at UC Davis in the Department of Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology, that began this winter quarter (2020). Her quantitative fisheries ecology lab will focus on using “cutting edge mathematical models and statistical tools to study the ecology, conservation, and management of marine fisheries.Read more »