- Rachel's Journal of Ecology paper on the role of soil fungi in plant responses to soil nitrogen was selected as Editor's Choice. Congrats, Rachel!
- Seema had a wonderful visit to the Department of Plant Biology at the University of Vermont. Many thanks to Jill Preston's lab for hosting!
- New paper in Evolution with Mason Kulbaba, Rachel Pain, and Ruth Shaw: Expression of additive genetic variance for fitness in a population of partridge pea in two field sites
- Seema had a blast participating in the Green Life Sciences Symposium at the University of Michigan. Kudos to Gina Baucom and the other organizers for putting together an amazing and diverse lineup of presenters!
- We are so excited to welcome Aleah Querns, the lab's very first graduate student!
- Dr. Rachel Wooliver joined the lab as a postdoctoral research associate. We are thrilled to welcome Rachel to the lab!
- Emma Vtipil has been awarded a Chilton Undergraduate Research Award through NCSU's Dept. of Plant & Microbial Biology for her honor's thesis research on the evolution of flowering time in response to climate change in the scarlet monkeyflower. Huge congrats to Emma on receiving this prestigious scholarship!
- Seema had a wonderful visit with the EEBio group at the University of Virginia. A special thanks to Galloway Lab postdoc Matt Koski for being such an excellent host!
- Aleah Querns will be beginning a Master's degree in the lab this fall. We are excited to welcome our very first graduate student!
- Seema gave a seminar in the Forestry and Environmental Resources Department here at NCSU. It was great to interact with Tom Gower and the amazing group of new assistant professors in the department.
- We are lucky to have three stellar undergraduate researchers working in the lab: Emma Vtipil, Collin Yurish, and Mia Wiegmann!
- Seema, along with co-author and range limits extraordinaire Amy Angert, published a new paper in PNAS: Demographic compensation does not rescue populations at a trailing range edge