Amity Wilzcek 2005-2010. Ph.D. Harvard University, 2004. Thesis title: "The Roles of Life History and Environmental Heterogeneity in the Evolution of Maternal Effects in Plants." Currently: Herbert Reich Chair in Natural Sciences, Deep Springs College
Tonia Korves 2002-2006. Ph.D. University of Chicago, 2002. Ecological and evolutionary functions of candidate gene polymorphisms. Currently: Cognitive Tools and Data Management Department, The MITRE Corporation
Bhoomika Singh 2002-2005
Lisa Dorn 1995-2003. Currently: Associate Professor, U. Wisconsin Osh Kosh
John Stinchcombe 2001-2. Ph.D., Duke University, 2001. "Ecology and Evolution of Plant-Animal Interactions, Plant ecological and evolutionary genetics, Evolution and genetics of function-valued traits" Currently: Associate Professor, University. of Toronto
Heidrun Huber 2000-2002; Currently: Assistant Professor, Radboud U. Nijmegen
Cynthia Weinig 1999-2002; Currently: Associate Professor, U. of Wyoming
Kathleen Donohue 1994-1995, 1996-1998. Currently: Associate Professor, Duke University
Massimo Pigliucci 1994-1995. Currently: Professor, and Chair, Philosophy Department, CUNY
Susan Dudley 1992-1995. Currently: Associate Professor, McMaster U.
Cristina Lopez-Gallego, Ph.D. U. of New Orleans 2007, Assistant Professor, Universidad de Antioquia
Eric von Wettberg, B.A. Swarthmore College, 1999. Ph.D. Brown University, 2007. "Evolution and landscape genetics of phytochrome-mediated shade avoidance responses" Currently: Assistant Professor, Florida International U.
Elizabeth Boyd, B.S., Florida State University, 2001. Sc.M. Brown University, 2006. "Adaptive phenotypic plasticity, maternal effects, and the evolution of plant mating systems." Currently: Research Assistant, Harvard University
Yuko Toyonaga, Ph.D 2004. Currently: translation coordinator, software company, Tokyo
M. Shane Heschel, Ph.D. 2000. Currently: Associate Professor, Colorado College
C. Randal Linder, Ph.D. 1994. Currently: Associate Professor, U. of Texas, Austin.
Colin Purrington, Ph.D. 1994. Currently: Associate Professor, Swarthmore College.
Pamela O'Neil, Ph.D. 1991. Currently: Currently Staff Associate, Office of Integrated Activities, NSF
Laura Graceffa, Sc.M., MAT 1990
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