Wenwen Liu is in Houston as a visiting scholar in Steve’s lab for a year or so. This picture shows him in the mangroves near Port Aransas. Wenwen is working on a PhD under the direction of Yihui Zhang in Xiamen University in China. While in the US he’ll work on some papers, collect some new data, and work on his English.
Category Archives: Moving on
Congratulations to Fan Li for successfully defending her dissertation! She will be revising it for the library, submitting a couple papers and then heading to China in about a month.
Congratulations to Huy Vu on successfully defending his dissertation in July. He did an excellent job. Huy is making some revisions to the draft of his dissertation and then is going to go back to focusing on writing papers and archiving his data sets. And looking for jobs. Please pass on any leads to him. He’s interested in both academic postdocs and agency positions.
Chris Gabler has taken a faculty position at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, and is already deep into his first semester teaching. He’s close to the coast, a stone’s throw from the border, and in a position to help shape a growing new university. We wish him the best!
Pennings lab alumni Greg Breed will be starting an Assistant Professor job at the Institute of Arctic Biology at the University of Alaska this summer. Greg did an undergraduate internship in our lab working with marsh crabs, went on to get a PhD in 2009, did postdocs at UCSC and Harvard, and a Banting Fellowship at the University of Alaska in 2012.