Author Archives: Krista Capps

Denzell Cross Awarded the Prestigious Ford Predoctoral Fellowship!

The Capps Lab is excited to celebrate Denzell Cross and his Ford Predoctoral Fellowship Award! This year the program awarded approximately 65 predoctoral fellowships. These fellowships provide three years of support for individuals engaged in graduate study leading to a Doctor … Continue reading

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Visit to Kansas State!

Thank you to the Gido Lab for being such amazing hosts for my visit. It was fantastic to meet such a great group of biologists in the Division of Biology and learn about the exciting research going on at K-State. … Continue reading

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The Capps Lab is looking for an undergraduate researcher in urban streams for the summer!

Declining water quality and increasing human health risks associated with failing water infrastructure Globally, failing water infrastructure has been linked to declining water quality and increased exposure to contaminants, and potentially harmful bacteria infections including, but not limited to Escherichia coli. … Continue reading

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REU Opportunity at the Savannah River Ecology Lab

Consider applying for the NSF REU program in Radioecology held at the University of Georgia Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL; https://srel-reu.uga.edu/). The program is unique in that it is the only undergraduate program in radioecology in the U.S.  Students have an … Continue reading

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Capps Lab Annual Holiday Celebration

Capps Lab Holiday Celebration at the Rook and Pawn in Athens, GA. I feel so thankful to have such a great team!

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Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program–Now Accepting Applications!

Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program at the University of California Santa Cruz are now available.  Each March, 20 early-undergraduate Scholars from around the country are selected to participate in a two-year conservation mentorship program centered on the summers between academic years.  … Continue reading

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AQUATROP CALL FOR SPECIAL SESSIONS PROPOSALS Call open: October 1 – November 17, 2017

The Organizing Committee of the Congress on Tropical Aquatic Ecosystems in the Anthropocene – AQUATROP invites proposals for Special Sessions (Symposiums) at the congress, which will be held July 23-26, 2018 in Quito, Ecuador. The objective of AQUATROP is to … Continue reading

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Tropical Aquatic Ecosystems in the Anthropocene AQUATROP

The Red Macrolatinos (RML), together with the Society for Freshwater Science (SFS), the Asociación Ecuatoriana de Limnología (AEL), and the Sociedad(e) de Odonatología Latinoamericana (SOL) cordially invite you to the Meeting “Tropical Aquatic Ecosystems in the Anthropocene AQUATROP“, which will … Continue reading

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University of Wyoming is Hiring in EEB!

University of Wyoming is hiring a number of new faculty members this year, including three in areas with particular relevance to ecology and evolution: 1) Aquatic ecosystem ecology (see ad here) 2) Computational biology (with expertise in genomics) (see ad … Continue reading

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Assist Ecologists Affected by Hurricanes and Earthquake

ESA is thinking about its members, their families, and their co-workers affected by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria and by the Mexico City earthquake. Ecologists well understand the impact of natural disasters on ecological systems, but have also witnessed nature’s ability … Continue reading

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