DOYLE’S BOOK NAMED ONE OF 2018’S BEST BY AMAZON
Congrats to Martin Doyle, whose book The Source: How Rivers Made America and America Remade Its Rivers was named one of 2018’s best history books by Amazon editors. Martin’s book, which was published on Feb. 6, traces how rivers have shaped American politics, economics and society from Revolutionary times to today. More winners>
MARANI ELECTED NEW MEMBER OF GALILEAN ACADEMY
Professor of Eco-hydrology Marco Marani has been elected a member of the Galilean Academy of Sciences, Literature and Arts. The Galilean Academy, founded in 1599 in Padua, Italy, is among the oldest learned societies in the world.
POSTDOC’S PRESENTATION WINS AWARD AT GENETICS MEETING
Postdoc Jessica Hartman won a Best Platform Presentation award at the Genetics and Environmental Mutagenesis Society meeting for her talk titled “Long-Term Swimming Exercise in Caenorhabditis elegans Improves Mitochondrial Health and Protects Animals from Age- and Toxicant-Induced Degeneration.” Jessica, who received a $500 travel award as part of the honor, works in the Meyer Lab.