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2018-19

Jake Grossman, Arboretum Putnam FellowThe mystery of Smith’s aspen: uncovering the genetic identity and climate change vulnerability of a hybrid Pleistocene relic
Rick Harper, Extension Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts, AmherstAligning production methods & urban tree planting objectives
Jenica Allen, Affiliate Assistant Professor, University of New HampshireInvasive plant challenges and opportunities in the U.S.
Stephanie Conway Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard University, Kramer LabLEAFY function in the model fern Ceratopteris richardii: reconstructing the ancestral role of a flowering meristem identity gene
Hilary Callahan Professor, Bernard College, Columbia UniversityUnPAK – Undergraduates Phenotyping Arabidopsis Knockouts: Engaging hands, eyes and brains in the age of automation
Graham Dow Research Assistant Professor, Boston UniversityUnderstanding the relationships between stomatal development, leaf function, and environmental response
Monica Geber Professor, Cornell UniversityEcology and evolution of species range limits
Robin Hopkins Assistant Professor, OEB, Harvard University and Faculty Fellow, Arnold ArboretumThe evolution of mate choice to avoid hybridization in plants
Pam Diggle Professor and Associate Department Head, University of ConnecticutThe botany of Thanksgiving (dinner)
Margaret Grose Senior Lecturer in Landscape Architecture, University of Melbourne Arboretum Sargent Award RecipientEH Wilson’s “another planet”— Australia’s plants, global differences, and landscape architecture
Andrew Groover Research Geneticist, USDA Forest ServiceEmbracing the complexity of nature –genomic approaches for understanding the development and evolution of forest trees
Juliette de Meaux Professor, University of Cologne, GermanyThe double threat of habitat shrinking and gene flow to Arabis nemorensis: a genomics study  
Avalon Owens PhD Student, Tufts University Arboretum Cunin/Sigal Award RecipientStrangers in the night: Will light pollution lead to firefly declines?
Spencer Barrett University Professor Emeritus, University of TorontoReproductive evolution across geographical ranges  
Mark Ashton Professor and Director of School Forests, Yale UniversityUnderstanding principle mechanisms of tropical forest degradation with application to their restoration
Paul Manos Professor, Duke UniversityMighty oaks from little acorns grow: phylogenomic data add new branches to the Quercus tree of life
Evan Preisser Professor & Chair, University of Rhode IslandJust how friendly IS my enemy’s enemy? Herbivore-herbivore interactions on eastern hemlock
Shu-Mei Chang Professor, University of GeorgiaMaintenance of variation in sex expression in the wild geranium, Geranium maculatum  
William (Ned) Friedman Director and Faculty Fellow of the Arnold Arboretum; Arnold Professor, Harvard UniversityAsa Gray, Charles Darwin and the discovery of Eastern Asia – eastern North America woody plant disjuncts
2019 DaRin Butz InternsDaRin Butz Foundation Undergraduate Research Program Summer Presentations

2017-18

Jacob Suissa PhD Student, Friedman LabReticulate evolution and cryptic parentage in North American Isoëtes
Pat Edger Assistant Professor, Michigan State UniversityThe role of gene and genome duplications in network evolution  
Barnabas Daru Post-doctoral Fellow, Davis LabPutting phylogenetic biogeography on the map
Jeannine Cavender-Bares Professor, University of MinnesotaDiversification, adaptation and community assembly of the American oaks (Quercus): a model clade for integrating ecology and evolution
Mark Westoby Australian Laureate Professor, Macquarie University, AustraliaThe trajectory of plant trait ecology  
M. Alejandra Gandolfo-Nixon Senior Research Associate, Cornell UniversityDarwin’s “Damned Land”, A.K.A. Patagonia: A paleo(neo)botanist’s paradise
David Baum Professor, University of Wisconsin, MadisonPhylogenomic insights into the evolutionary history of baobabs (Adansonia; Malvaceae)
Richard Olmstead Professor, University of WashingtonNeotropical biogeography and dispersal: Examples from the Lamiales  
Tim Savas Technical Associate, MIT Media LabDigital farming: Exploring the intersection of computation, biology, and photography at the MIT Media Lab
Jason Londo Research Geneticist, USDA-ARS Grape Genetics UnitGrowing grapes in the snow: Understanding the intersections between genetics, physiology, and climate
Isabelle Chuine CNRS Research Director at the Centre d’Ecologie Fonctionnelle Evolutive, France Harvard Forest Bullard FellowLet the niche be functional: a process-based approach of the niche to forecast the fate of species in future climate
Anurag Agrawal Professor, Cornell UniversityTrade-offs in evolutionary ecology
Sonia Sultan Professor, Wesleyan UniversityPlasticity in Polygonum: eco-devo insights to adaptive diversity
Jim Kellner Assistant Professor, Brown UniversityHigh-resolution remote sensing and population dynamics in a low-density tree population
William (Ned) Friedman Arnold Professor, Harvard University and Arnold Arboretum Faculty FellowSibling cooperation and interparental conflict in a seed: how plant mothers, fathers, and siblings behave during the act of reproduction in flowering plants
Elizabeth Spriggs Arnold Arboretum Putnam FellowPhylogeography of North American Viburnum using RADseq data
Morgan Moeglein Graduate Student, Edwards Lab, Yale UniversityLeaf trait evolution in Viburnum
Boris Igic Associate Professor, University of Illinois at ChicagoThe history and consequences of self-incompatibility  
Sean Gleason Research Plant Physiologist, USDA-ARS Water Management Research UnitImproving the drought tolerance of crop and timber species: physiological and evolutionary perspectives
Bruce McClure Professor, University of MissouriMechanisms and patterns of interspecific pollen rejection in Solanum  
Marjorie Lundgren Postdoctoral Fellow, MITEcological transitions during the evolution of C4 photosynthesis
Nina Bassuk Professor, Cornell UniversityTree selection in the inner city
Kyle Dexter Lecturer, University of Edinburgh Research Associate, Royal Botanic Garden, EdinburghThe importance of biomes in macroevolutionary and macroecological studies
David Basler Charles Bullard Fellow, Harvard University Arnold Arboretum Sargent Award RecipientA bird’s-eye view on tree phenology at the Arnold Arboretum
Federico Roda Postdoctoral Fellow, Hopkins LabSexual choices and evolution in Texas: The Phlox story
Jill Miller Professor, Amherst CollegeReproductive variation within species:  evolutionary transitions in sexual strategy and mating system in Lycium (Solanaceae)
2018 DaRin Butz InternsDaRin Butz Foundation Undergraduate Research Program Summer Presentations

2016-17

Jesse Lasky Assistant Professor, Penn State
Plant responses to climate from genomic to community levels  
Kasia Zieminska Arnold Arboretum Putnam Fellow
Wood density, anatomy and ecological strategies across angiosperm trees from Australia
Adam Roddy Post-doctoral researcher, Yale University Arnold Arboretum Jewett Prize Recipient
A physiological approach to the ecology and evolution of flowers
Michael Singer Professor, University of Plymouth
One butterfly species tumbles off an adaptive peak and enters a lethal trap in the course of six host shifts observed across half a century.  
Lori Shapiro Harvard post-doctoral fellow, Pierce Lab
Evolution of an old world pathogen to a new world host
Fernanda Valdovinos Post-doctoral researcher, University of Arizona
Novel effects of plant biology and animal behavior on plant-pollinator networks
Jonathan Davies Associate Professor, McGill University, Canada
Underground forests, savanna and the relationship between trees and people in southern Africa
Madelaine Bartlett Assistant Professor, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Floral development and evolution in the monocots
Patricia Gensel Professor, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Delving into the Devonian: new discoveries and new interpretations of some Early Devonian plants  
Jerry Mitrovica Frank B. Baird, Jr. Professor of Science, Harvard University
Taking the fingerprints of global sea level rise
Daniel Buonaiuto Graduate Student, Wolkovich Lab
Outcrossing and fecundity in Pennsylvania Sedge: implications for ecological restoration
Jacquelyn Gill Assistant Professor, University of Maine
Once and future forests: a four-dimensional perspective on plant community response to global change
Daniel Woods Post-doctoral fellow, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Dissecting the control of flowering time in grasses using Brachypodium distachyon  
Liam Dolan Professor, University of Oxford
Development and evolution of land plant rooting systems  
Heather Briggs Arboretum post-doctoral fellow, Hopkins Lab
Causes and consequences of pollinator foraging behavior
Karen James Independent researcher, Adjunct Faculty, Schoodic Institute at Acadia National Park
My adventures with Charles Darwin  
Jill Preston Assistant Professor, University of Vermont
Developmental Mechanisms Underlying Plant Transitions from Tropical to Temperate Regions  
Robert Ricklefs Curators’ Professor, University of Missouri at St. Louis
Natural history and the nature of ecological communities  
Susanne Renner Professor and Chair, Ludwig Maximilians University Munich
Are asymmetric invasion patterns in the Northern hemisphere explained by phenological differences among the woody plants of Asia, Europe, and North America?
Steve Franks Associate Professor, Fordham University
Selection by drought causes rapid genome-wide evolution in Brassica rapa
Willam Powell Professor, State University of New York
Strategies to develop the new American chestnut
Stephen Decina Graduate student, Boston University; Arnold Arboretum Deland Award Recipient
Atmospheric Deposition and Soil Nutrient Cycling in Boston: Urban Effects on Biogeochemical Cycles
Anette Freytag Associate Professor, Rutgers University
Swiss Landscape Architect Dieter Kienast´s love for spontaneous urban vegetation  
Plant Biology Initiative Symposium
Stomata: Evolution, development and physiology  
Peter Del Tredici Senior Scientist Emeritus, Arnold Arboretum
Thomas Hogg and the early introduction of Japanese plants into North America
Aureliano Bombarely Assistant Professor, Virginia Tech
Study of the plant evolution and domestication using 18th Century floral crops as models
2017 DaRin Butz Interns
DaRin Butz Foundation Undergraduate Research Program Summer Presentations

2015-16

Rosetta Sarah Elkin Assistant Professor, Harvard Graduate School of Design
Beyond restoration: planting coastal infrastructure
Gregório Ceccantini Assistant Professor, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Plant vampires: effects of parasitic plants in wood and bark form and function
Kevin Wright NIH NRSA Fellow, OEB Bomblies Lab
Mimulus guttatus adapt to copper mine habitat via selection on pre-existing genetic variation
Andrew Leslie Assistant Professor, Brown University
The phylogenetic geography of conifer diversity
Eric Goolsby Arnold Arboretum Visiting Fellow; PhD Candidate, University of Georgia
Evolution of heavy metal hyperaccumulation in wild sunflowers (Helianthus)
Dan Papaj Professor, University of Arizona
Pollen and pollinators: the forgotten floral reward  
Joseph Williams Professor, University of Tennessee
Pines, orchids and oaks – some thoughts on slow fertilization syndromes
Danielle Ignace Assistant Professor, Smith College
Friend or foe? Evidence of an unconventional role for invasive species
Elisabeth Forrestel Arboretum post-doctoral fellow, Wolkovich Lab
Biogeographic influences on grassland community structure and function
Chase Mason Arnold Arboretum Putnam Fellow
Reconstructing the evolution of leaf trait seasonality across the dogwoods (Cornus)”
Lynn Adler Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Flowering plants mediating transmission of a common bumble bee pathogen
Carla Staver Assistant Professor, Yale University
Positive Feedback and the Global Distribution of Biomes
Peter Del Tredici Arnold Arboretum and Harvard Graduate School of Design
Aging, rejuvenation and resilience in trees
Mark Anderson Director of Conservation Science, The Nature Conservancy’s Eastern U.S. Region
Conserving Nature’s stage: climate change and the geophysical underpinnings of biodiversity
Florian Schiestl Professor, University of Zurich
Ecology and evolution of floral signals in plants  
William (Ned) Friedman Arnold Professor and Director, Arnold Arboretum
Why not Wallace (or Matthew, Wells, or Hutton)? The case for Darwin’s place in history
Amy Brunner Associate Professor, Virginia Tech
Functional genomics of growth and dormancy transitions in Populus.
Bernard Goffinet Professor, University of Connecticut
Evolutionary history of mosses  
Yann Vitasse Post-doctoral Fellow, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland
Seasonality and cold hardiness of temperate tree species under global warming  
Stephen Keller Assistant Professor, University of Vermont
Landscape genomics of climate adaptation in Populus  
Richard Olsen Director, U.S. National Arboretum
Collections-based research at the U.S. National Arboretum
Michael Purugganan Professor, New York University
The evolution of crop species: Insights from genomics to archaeology
Plant Biology Initiative Symposium
The origin and early evolution of photosynthetic life  
Dennis Stevenson Vice President for Laboratory Research, New York Botanic Garden
Linking 1KP (1000 plant initiative) back to plant biology, some evo/devo possibilities
Kuo-Fang Chung Associate Research Fellow, Biodiversity Research Center, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
A holistic picture of Austronesian migrations revealed by phylogeography of Pacific paper mulberry

2014-15

Dan Flynn Arnold Arboretum Research Associate, Wolkovich Lab
Evolution on ecological time scales alters biodiversity-ecosystem function relationships
Neil Pederson Harvard Forest
Trees, their take on environmental history, and what we can learn from them
Adán Colón-Carmona Associate Professor, UMass Boston
Plant growth control: The role of a novel Arabidopsis thaliana kinesin in the progression of mitosis and meiosis
Jessica Savage Arnold Arboretum Putnam Fellow
Ecological implications of whole plant physiology from leaf to root
Brian Kane Associate Professor of Commercial Arboriculture, UMass Amherst
Parameters that affect the probability of failure of red oak
HUH Seminar, co-sponsored by AA
Dylan Burge Assistant Curator, California Academy of Sciences
Seeing the forest for the trees: quantitative floristics in western North America
Sevan Suni Arnold Arboretum Post-doctoral Fellow, Hopkins Lab
Conservation genetics of pollination systems
Federico Roda Arnold Arboretum Post-doctoral Fellow, Hopkins Lab
Divergence and convergence in Australian groundsels
Ana Caicedo Associate Professor, UMass Amherst
Adaptation, convergence, and the evolution of weediness: the case of red rice
Stacey Leight Young Arnold Arboretum Putnam Fellow
Traits of North American and Asian lianas: insights into liana ecology
Colin Orians Professor, Tufts University
Two invasive herbivores are better than one: How elongate hemlock scale protects eastern hemlock from the woolly adelgid
Dov Sax Associate Professor, Brown University
Species invasions, niche relationships, and plant conservation
Daniel Otiz-Barrientos Senior Lecturer (Assistant Professor), The University of Queensland, Australia
Sexual selection drives the evolution of reproductive isolation in flowering plants
John (Mac) Marston Assistant Professor, Boston University
Plant ecology and agricultural sustainability in ancient Turkey
Jeremiah Busch Assistant Professor, Washington State University
Automatic selection and the evolution of self-fertilization
William (Ned) Friedman Arnold Professor, Arnold Arboretum and Organismic and Evolutionary Biology
Darwin’s “abominable mystery” and the search for the first flowering plants
Stephen Tonsor Associate Professor, University of Pittsburgh
Adaptation to climate and elevation in Spanish Arabidopsis
Jannice Friedman Assistant Professor, Syracuse University
Evolutionary transitions in plant reproductive strategies
Diana Bernal PhD Candidate, University of Queensland, Australia
Leaf shape natural variation: environmental effects and genetic architecture in Senecio lautus
Nathan Phillips Professor, Boston University
What cities can learn from trees
Cynthia Jones Professor, University of Connecticut
Leaf ecology in the highly diverse South Africa genus Pelargonium
Brian McGill Associate Professor, University of Maine
Three unusual views of community assembly
Barry Logan Professor, Bowdoin College
Decline of dwarf mistletoe-infected white spruce forests along the Maine coast: mechanisms of mortality and the legacy of land use
Theresa Culley Associate Professor, University of Cincinnati
Ornamentals Gone Wild: How Horticulture Contributed to Invasion of the Callery Pear Tree
Peter Del Tredici Arnold Arboretum and Harvard Graduate School of Design
Urban Nature / Human Nature

2013-14

Rosanne Healy Sargent Award Recipient, University of Minnesota, McLaughlin Lab
Revisiting fungal “fuzz” on forest soil: old mysteries solved, new mysteries unearthed
Ailene Ettinger University of Washington
Testing the limits: effects of climate & competition on tree ranges in a warming world
Bryan Connolly Graduate Student, University of Connecticut, Brand Lab
Taxonomic relationship and germplasm exploration of the genus Aronia and Aronia x Sorbus hybrids
David Haig George Putnam Professor of Biology and Harvard College Professor
Filial mistletoes: functional morphology of the moss sporophyte
Callin Switzer Graduate Student, Harvard University, Combes Lab
Vibrating bees: changes in buzz pollination frequency throughout the foraging season
Stacey Leicht Young Arnold Arboretum Putnam Fellow
Invasive lianas in North America: observations from the field
Marc Borrega Post-doctoral Associate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Gibson Lab
Anatomical, structural and mechanical characterization of balsa (Ochroma pyramidale) wood
Kuang-Chi Hung D. Kim Foundation Post-doctoral Fellow
Subscribing to Specimens, Cataloging Nature: Asa Gray and a Forgotten Page in the History of Harvard Botany GSD Student Projects
Lizzie Wolkovich Assistant Professor, Arnold Arboretum and Organismic and Evolutionary Biology
Community Assembly and Dis-assembly with Global Change
David Des Marais Arnold Arboretum Research Associate
Gene by environment interaction and the genomic basis of local adaptation in plants
Michael Knoblauch Associate Professor and Director FMIC, Washington State University
Photoassimilate distribution in large organisms
Allison Miller Associate Professor, St. Louis University
Diversity, diversification, and the genomic basis of evolution in perennial crops and their wild relatives
John Silander Professor, University of Connecticut
Understanding how plant phenology responds to climate variation: from the leaf to the landscape
Mark Johnson Associate Professor, Brown University
Molecular dialogs between pollen and pistil
Robin Hopkins Assistant Professor, Arnold Arboretum and Organismic and Evolutionary Biology
The costs and benefits of reinforcement
Jesse Bellemare Assistant Professor, Smith College
Plant conservation in a warming world: insights from horticulture and other biogeographical experiments
Lucy Hutyra Assistant Professor, Boston University
Urbanization, land cover change, and the carbon cycle
Daniel Jacob Vasco McCoy Family Professor, SEAS
The terrestrial biosphere and air quality
GSD Students Harvard Graduate School of Design
Bussey Brook Meadow Research
Juan Losada Arnold Arboretum Post-doctoral Fellow, Friedman Lab
Reproductive biology of Nymphaea thermarum, an equatorial water lily extinct in the wild, and its development as a model system for basal angiosperms
Russell Johnson Associate Professor of Biology, Colby College
How plants respond to the stress hormone abscisic acid: functional analysis of the transcription factor TaABF1 during signal transduction in cereal grains

2012-13

HUH Seminar at the Arboretum Joe Williams University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Intersecting ontogenies: the evolutionary developmental origins of the pollination to fertilization process of flowering plants
Michael Marcotrigiano Smith College, Professor and Botanic Gardens, Director
Variegations on a theme
Hugh McAllister Ness Botantic Gardens University of Liverpool
Great Mountain Ashes (Sorbus spp.): from herbarium to the living trees
Daniel Chamovitz Tel Aviv University
The complex roles of the COP9 Signalosome in regulating development
HUH Seminar at the Arboretum
Egbert Leigh Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Panama
What large forest plots can tell us about tropical forest ecology
Aaron Ellison Harvard Forest
What do they do with all those ants? Nutrient limitation and stoichiometry of carnivorous plants
Lisa Pearson Arnold Arboretum Horticultural Library
Trapped in a Filing Cabinet
Barry Tomlinson Harvard Forest E. C. Jeffrey Professor of Biology, Emeritus
Axillary branching. Where did it come from? Where did it go?
Stephanie Conway University of Melbourne, Arboretum Visiting Fellow
The shoot apical meristem in gymnosperms
Erica Fadon Aula Dei Experimental Station–CSIC, Spain, Arboretum Visiting Fellow
Flowers in the fall: Getting ready to rest
Michele Dudash University of Maryland
Quantifying the ecological context of a nursery pollination system in a North American Silene species
Peter Del Tredici and Garth Holman Arnold Arboretum and University of Maine
A new species of Tsuga from Korea
Preeti Rao Boston University, Hutyra Lab; Arnold Arboretum Deland Award Recipient
Atmospheric nitrogen inputs and losses along an urbanization gradient in Boston
Hong Ma Distinguished Professor, Penn State and Professor and Dean, Fudan University
Using highly stable nuclear genes to investigate angiosperm phylogeny: new hypotheses regarding relationships at the level of orders
Cary Pirone Arnold Arboretum Putnam Fellow
Pollination Drop Function in Cephalotaxus koreana and C. sinensis
Simone Cappellari Harvard University Post-doctoral Fellow, Davis Lab
Coexistence and pollination niche overlap in specialist pollinated Malpighiaceae from the Brazilian Cerrado
Guang-you Hao Arnold Arboretum Putnam Fellow
Linking xylem hydraulics with plant functioning: an ecological tour from tropical rainforest to desert
Sarah Mathews Arnold Arboretum Sargent Fellow
“Gymnosperms” and angiosperms—the David and Goliath of seed plant phylogenetics
Larry Hufford Professor and Director, Washington State University
Kittentails in time and space: phylogeny, diversity, and biogeography of Synthyris (Plantaginaceae)
Juha Tuomi Professor of Plant Ecology, University of Oulu, Finland
Conditional species interactions: antagonism vs mutualism
HUH Seminar at the Arboretum
Rebecca Irwin Dartmouth College
Anthropogenic change and the fate of pollination services
Hazel Wetzstein Professor, University of Georgia
The return of Elliottia racemosa to the Arnold Arboretum: An integrated approach to plant conservation
John Klironomos Professor, Biology, University of British Columbia
Scorched earth strategy by invasive alien plants
Kristina Stinson Harvard Forest, Community Ecologist
Ecotypic variation in common ragweed response to climate change: something to sneeze about?
Andrew Groover Geneticist, USDA Forest Service, UC Davis
Developing a genome-scale view of the genetic processes regulating the vascular cambium and wood formation in trees.
Steven Vogel Research Professor, Duke University
Twisting in the Wind: Living with the Forces of Flow

2011-12

Iñaki Hormaza La Mayora Experimental Station in Malaga, Spain / Arnold Arboretum Associate
Seedless fruits and ovule development: A successful story of a candidate gene approach from Arabidopsis to sugar apple.
Juan Losada Aula Dei Experimental Station – CSIC, Spain / Arnold Arboretum Associate
From apple to magnolia: the conservation of glycoproteins involved in pollen-pistil interactions
HUH Seminar at the Arboretum
Michael Donoghue Yale University
Viburnum diversity and evolution
Robert Baker University of Colorado, Boulder / Arnold Arboretum Associate
Microevolution and development of Mimulus: monkeying with meristem dynamics and heterochrony explains intraspecific changes in shoot architecture and life history
HUH Seminar at the Arboretum
Jun Wen Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
Evolution of the biogeographic disjunctions between eastern Asia and North America
David Lee Florida International University
The Natural History of the North Cascades
David Kenfack CTFS–SIGEO Africa Program Coordinator / Arnold Arboretum Associate
The trans-atlantic genus Carapa (Meliaceae)
Pam Diggle University of Connecticut and Harvard University
Multiple developmental processes underlie sex differentiation in angiosperms
HUH Seminar at the Arboretum
Yuguo Wang Harvard University, Davis Lab
Reconstructing patterns of reticulate evolution in kiwifruits
Bharti Sharma Harvard University, Kramer Lab
B-class gene duplication linked to novel organ identity in Aquilegia
Special Series: The Future of Living Collections
Todd Forrest Vice President for Horticulture and Living Collections, The New York Botanical Garden
Growing Impact in the Heart of The New York Botanical Garden: The Ongoing Restoration of a National Historic Landmark Landscape
George C. K. Chiang Harvard University, Kramer Lab
Role of natural alleles on developmental transitions in field grown Arabidopsis
Lorna Gibson Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The Hierarchical Structure and Mechanics of Plants
Anthony Brach Missouri Botanical Garden / HUH / Arnold Arboretum
Flora of China e-Resources
Wenheng Zhang Havard University, Davis Lab
Floral symmetry genes and the evolution of a plant pollinator mutualism
David Boufford Harvard University Herbaria / Arnold Arboretum Associate
Field Studies in the Tibetan Regions of China
HUH Seminar at the Arboretum
Alan Knapp Colorado State University / Harvard Forest
Global Change and Grasslands
Pamela Templer Boston University
Effects of winter climate change on northern hardwood forests
Rebecca Povilus Arnold Arboretum, Friedman Lab
Auxin and the evolution of female gametophyte development in Angiosperms
Selena Ahmed Tufts University
Impacts of Climate and Management Variability on Tea Quality and Associated Farmer Perceptions
HUH Seminar at the Arboretum
Vivian Irish Yale University
Regulation of petal organogenesis
Rick Kesseli University of Massachusetts, Boston
Sex, lies and polyploid mates: Is invasive Japanese Knotweed really the world’s largest living being?
HUH Seminar at the Arboretum
Rachel Spicer Connecticut College
Making connections: Auxin transport and leaf-system vascular continuity in the model woody plant Populus
HUH Seminar at the Arboretum
Erika Edwards Brown University
A clade’s eye view of plant ecological adaptation
George Morris and IT team Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University
The Evolution of IT at the Arnold Arboretum
Rachel Levin Amherst College
Lycium (Solanaceae): Fruits, Flowers, and Phylogenetics
Peter Del Tredici Arnold Arboretum
The Ecology of Abandonment
Abby Hird BGCI-US and AA Associate
Supporting public garden plant conservation efforts: an update from BGCI-US

2010-11

Michael Dosmann Arnold Arboretum
Cam Webb Arnold Arboretum
Sarah Mathews Arnold Arboretum
George Morris Arnold Arboretum
Brian Morgan Arnold Arboretum Putnam Fellow
Garth Holman Graduate Student, University of Connecticut
Rebecca Povilus Arnold Arboretum, Friedman Lab
Stuart Davies Arnold Arboretum
Abby Hird BGCI-US and AA Associate
Erin Kurten Arnold Arboretum, Davies Lab
Julien Basile Bachelier Arnold Arboretum, Friedman Lab
Peter Del Tredici Arnold Arboretum
Shirley Xiaobi Dong Harvard Univeristy, Moorcroft Lab
Peter Del Tredici Arnold Arboretum
Don Les University of Connecticut
Cary Pirone Arnold Arboretum Putnam Fellow
Elizabeth Crone Harvard Forest
Maciej Zwieniecki Arnold Arboretum
Francesca Secchi Arnold Arboretum, Zwieniecki Lab
Faye Rosin Arnold Arboretum