August 2021 - Annie and Gunnar are both voted in as Elective Members, and Dr. Streby is elected as a Fellow, of the American Ornithological Society
June 2021 - Our PNAS paper on Vermivora migratory connectivity (Kramer et al. 2018) won The Wildlife Society's 2021 Wildlife Publication Award, with all papers from the past 3 years in any journal eligible.
May 2021 - Annie Lindsay is awarded a grant from the Pennsylvania Ornithological Society for her research on subcutaneous fat in migratory birds.
May 2021 - The UToledo President, Provost, and Vice President of Research recognize Dr. Streby with the 2021 President's Award for Excellence in Scholarly Activity, an action which will someday be described disturbingly ironic.
May 2021 - Gunnar Kramer is awarded an NSF Postdoctoral Research Fellowship to work with Scott Edwards at Harvard. Now that's some high quality post-fledging habitat!
May 2021 - Our collaborative paper with the Refsnider Lab on algal bloom effects on birds, turtles, and snakes is accepted for publication in Science of the Total Environment. J. Refsnider, lead author.
May 2021 - Silas Fischer is on the cover of the Wildlife Professional, author of an article inside, and interviewed in another article inside, recognizing their leadership in advancing diversity and inclusion in the sciences!
April 2021 - Silas Fischer ALSO receives the Louis Agassiz Fuertes grant; the Wilson Ornithological Society's most prestigious award.
Silas Fischer's study species at Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico
Dr. Henry M. Streby is an organismal ecologist with broad research and teaching interests in wildlife ecology, evolutionary biology, and quantitative science.
Associate Professor of Ecology
University of Toledo