Putnam FellowsAilene Ettinger and Jessica Savage both received funding from the DaRin Butz Foundation. The funding will support hiring undergraduate students to help with their research. Congratulations Ailene and Jessica!
In a commentary for New Phytologist, Elizabeth Wolkovich and Ailene Ettinger discuss the increasing importance of plant phenology research in understanding global climate change. They also point out the untapped value of arboreta and botanic gardens as a rich resource for plant phenology research with tremendous biodiversity in a common environment. abstract »
Harvard undergraduate Sally Gee was awarded a Grants-in-Aid Award. Working on a summer research project with Ailene Ettinger and Elizabeth Wolkovich, Sally will focus on collecting and analyzing trait data from various trees at the Arboretum. Congratulations Sally!
The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University is pleased to announce that Dr. Ailene Ettinger and Dr. Jessica Savage were awarded Putnam Fellowships in Plant Science to conduct independent research utilizing the Arboretum’s plant collections. Ailene Ettinger received her doctoral degree from the University of Washington where she studied the role of climate and competition in […]