Congratulations to Patrick Gorring for successfully defending his dissertation "Gene to Genus: Systematics and Population Dynamics in Lamiini Beetles (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) with Focus on Monochamus Dejean." Congratulations, Patrick!
The Rockefeller Beetles exhibit is open at the Harvard Museum of Natural History! Staff were treated to a preview this week and learned about the creation of the exhibit and importance of beetles to David Rockefeller.
Congratulations to Brian, for his appointment as the Monique and Philip Lehner Professors for the Study of Latin America. This professorship supports "a distinguished scholar of international stature whose work has contributed significantly to the economic, social, political, environmental, or historical development of Latin America, to the understanding of Latin America's artistic and cultural achievements or to the study of Latin America's relationship to the rest of the world."
"The WiSTEM Mentor of the Year is recognized as a dedicated mentor whose insight and advice has proven an invaluable source of support and inspiration for their mentee as they explore their academic and career options in STEM." For more about the Women in STEM Mentorshop Program, visit the ...
Congratulations to Brian and Irina, appointed the new Faculty Deans for Leverett House!
From The Harvard Gazette:
"Danoff Dean of Harvard College Rakesh Khurana announced today the appointment of Professor Brian Farrell and Oakes Ames Herbarium curatorial assistant Irina Ferreras as the faculty deans for Leverett House.
“I’m so excited to welcome Brian and Irina, two extraordinary members of our community, into these roles,” Khurana said. “Both of them have a longstanding commitment to teaching,...
Brian presented as part of the panel "Las Inteligencias" at Chile's Congreso Futuro 2018. This annual event brings together great thinkers from across the globe to discuss the challengesthe world faces and how to improve the future. Live streamed on Jan 20, the video is now available on YouTube: