26 February 2018: Congratulations to Anna Probert (Postgraduate Student  Research Communication Award) and Margaret Stanley (Research Communication Award)  – winners at the School of Biological Sciences annual Research Awards

15 May 2017: Congratulations to Josie Galbraith who won the Marion Cranwell prize ($3 000) for best 2016 MSc or PhD thesis on an ecological or environmental issue.

9 May 2017: Margaret Stanley, Carolina Lara, Ellery McNaughton & Josie Galbraith showcased their Wild Cities Urban Ecology research at the University of Auckland  Celebrating Research Excellence function on 8th May. They did a marvellous job of explaining their research to the Minister for Science Paul Goldsmith and various other dignitaries.

19 Dec 2016: Josie Galbraith has been awarded a place on the Dean of Graduate Studies List (Dean’s List) in recognition of excellence achieved in her PhD thesis.

1 December 2016: Lizzy Lowe took the prize for best speed talk at the UoA science postdoc symposium

1 December 2016: Josie Galbraith won runner-up student talk prize at the Australasian Wildlife Management Society Conference

25 November 2016: Josie Galbraith won a student talk prize at the joint  conference of the Society for Ecological Restoration Australasia (SERA) & the New Zealand Ecological Society (NZES)

17 November 2016: Congrats to Robert Vennell – who won an Enderby Trust scholarship to visit the subantarctic islands in December.

2 September 2016: Carolina Lara was awarded $4000 by the JS Watson Trust for her project on the effectiveness of ecological corridors in maintaining bird movement and seed dispersal.

1 September 2016: MSc student Robert Vennell was awarded ‘Runner Up’ in the finals of the University of Auckland ‘3 Minute Thesis competition’.

August 2016: Anna Probert was appointed one of NZ’s ‘Biosecurity Champions’ by MPI.

9th June 2016: Anna Probert was awarded $8000 – from Todd Foundation Awards for Excellence (Universities).

18 May 2016: Jessica Devitt won the Marion Cranwell prize (joint winner) for best 2015 MSc or PhD thesis on an ecological or environmental issue.

16 May 2016: Anna Probert has been awarded $1000 by the Royal Society’s Hutton Fund for her PhD research on using exotic ants as a model to assess risks to native ecosystems.


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