Student News Content Student News Content for Center for Population Biology en Resources for Teaching Ecology and Evolution <div>In this post, I will point to several teaching resources specific to ecology and evolution. However, principles from teaching in STEM more generally also apply. Therefore, I provide general teaching resources. Most of these resources are focused on teaching at the high school or undergraduate level. Lastly, I provide teaching resources that are specific to UC Davis. This page will be updated periodically. November 05, 2017 - 7:28am Easton White Student News: Two CPB students complete prestigious Professors for the Future fellowship <p><span><span><span><span>Population Biology PhD candidates Kyle Christie and Marshall McMunn were honored for their work as Professors for the Future fellows at the program’s annual symposium. Along with Kyle and Marshall, an additional 12 fellows from a variety of disciplines were also honored.</span></span></span></span></p> August 21, 2017 - 3:50pm Kristin Student News: Science and rafting in the Grand Canyon <p>The Grand Canyon needs little introduction. The national park is visited by over 5 million people each year from all around the world. The Grand Canyon is as deep and wide as it is unique. People have marveled at the unique geology of the Grand Canyon for centuries. The fascination for the canyon let to its designation as a National Park in 1919. Our trip to the canyon certainly did not disappoint.</p> April 17, 2017 - 1:44pm Kristin Student News: Pixar Storytelling for Science Communication Workshop <p dir="ltr">A van of Population Biology students traveled to UC Berkeley March 20th 2017 for a science communication workshop “Story Strategies for Science Communication: Tips from Pixar” hosted by the University of California Museum of Paleontology and Berkeley graduate student Sara Elshafie. March 29, 2017 - 4:29pm Kristin Student News: Proutfest 2016 <p dir="ltr">December 3rd, 2016 marked the 4th Annual PBGG/CPB student research symposium (better known as “Proutfest”), where Population Biology students and student affiliates put on a day of research talks for themselves, by themselves. It's a high-fun, low-stakes opportunity to hear and share all the exciting science people in the program are involved in, and to practice giving short snapshots of our research. March 29, 2017 - 1:34pm Kristin