Sarah Treanor Bois

From eebedia

(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
 
(5 intermediate revisions by 2 users not shown)
Line 2: Line 2:
 
<span style="font-size: large">Sarah Treanor Bois</span><br>
 
<span style="font-size: large">Sarah Treanor Bois</span><br>
  
 +
[[S.T.Bois_CV_2012.pdf]]
  
 
<span style="font-size: large">Doctoral Candidate</span><br>
 
<span style="font-size: large">Doctoral Candidate</span><br>
Line 36: Line 37:
 
'''
 
'''
 
'''Invasive Plant Atlas of New England''', University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
 
'''Invasive Plant Atlas of New England''', University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
 +
 
Volunteer coordinator/Research Assistant, September 2007 – present
 
Volunteer coordinator/Research Assistant, September 2007 – present
  
Line 72: Line 74:
  
 
Teaching Assistant, Methods of Field Ecology (Fall 2010)
 
Teaching Assistant, Methods of Field Ecology (Fall 2010)
 +
 +
==Grants & Awards==
 +
Center for Conservation and Biodiversity Award, 2011, $750
 +
 +
EEB Excellence in Student Teaching Award, 2010
 +
 +
Bamford Fund (University of Connecticut Research Grant), 2009, $750
 +
 +
Bamford Fund (University of Connecticut Research Grant), 2008, $1,000
  
 
==Professional Affiliations==
 
==Professional Affiliations==
 
   
 
   
 
Ecological Society of America
 
Ecological Society of America
  Natural History Section
+
 
  Student Section
+
-Natural History Section
 +
 
 +
-Student Section
  
 
Graduate Women in Science
 
Graduate Women in Science

Latest revision as of 14:59, 9 March 2012

Me2.jpg

Sarah Treanor Bois

S.T.Bois_CV_2012.pdf

Doctoral Candidate

Office: BioPharm 225A
Voice: (860)486-4157
Fax: (860) 486-6364
E-mail: sarah.treanor@uconn.edu

Mailing address:
75 N. Eagleville Road, U-3043
Storrs, CT 06269

Contents

Education

Ph.D. 2007- Present
University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

Primary Advisor: John Silander Jr.


B.S. 1999
University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Environmental Sciences
Biology Concentration

Research Assistant Position

Invasive Plant Atlas of New England, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

Volunteer coordinator/Research Assistant, September 2007 – present

•Recruit, train, and maintain network of over 600 active volunteers

•Update and maintain IPANE website

•Direct and oversee undergraduate research assistants

Publications

Bois, S.T., J.A. Silander Jr.,L.J. Mehrhoff. 2011. Invasive Plant Atlas of New England: The role of citizens in the science of invasive alien species detection. BioScience 61: 763–770.

Ibáñez, I., J.A. Silander Jr., J.M. Allen, S.A. Treanor and A. Wilson. 2009. Identifying hotspots for plant invasions and forecasting focal points of further spread. Journal of Applied Ecology. 46(6):1219-1228

Presentations

Sarah T. Bois, Jenica M. Allen, Matthew Kaproth, Kent Holsinger, Jane Molofsky, and John A. Silander Jr. Phenotypic variation and local site adaptation in native and introduced ranges: Varying responses of two woody ornamentals with similar invasion histories. 2011 Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting (Oral Presentation)

Sarah T. Bois, Jenica M. Allen, Ines Ibáñez, and John A. Silander Jr. Invasive versus native species responses to climate change: experimental and modeling approaches. 2010 Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting (Oral Presentation)

Sarah A. Treanor, Jenica M. Allen, Matthew A. Kaproth, Nancy LaFleur, Jane Molofsky, and John A. Silander Jr. Genetic variance of invasiveness in woody ornamental plants: The role of genotype differences versus phenotypic plasticity. 2009 International Invasive Plant Symposium (Oral Presentation)

Sarah A. Treanor, John A. Silander Jr., and Leslie J. Mehrhoff. Invasive Plant Atlas of New England. 2009 International Invasive Plant Symposium (Poster Presentation)

Sarah A. Treanor, Jenica M. Allen, Matthew A. Kaproth, Nancy LaFleur, Jane Molofsky, and John A. Silander Jr. Genetic variance of invasiveness in woody ornamental plants: The role of genotype differences versus phenotypic plasticity. 2009 Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting (Oral Presentation)

Sarah A. Treanor, John A. Silander Jr., and Leslie J. Mehrhoff. Invasive Plant Atlas of New England. 2009 Odum Conference (Poster Presentation)

Sarah A. Treanor, Jenica M. Allen, Inés Ibáñez, Leslie J. Mehrhoff, and John A. Silander Jr. Early detection of invasive alien species using hierarchical Bayesian models: Examples from northeastern North America. 2008 Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting (Poster Presentation)

Sarah A. Treanor, Rachael Freeman, and Sarah Hinman. Seasonal Movement Patterns, Habitat Preferences, and Implications for Management of Clemmys guttata. 2008 Northeast Natural History Conference (Poster Presentation)

Appointments & Teaching

Appointed to the University of Connecticut's Arboretum Committee (February 2011)

Teaching Assistant, Methods of Field Ecology (Fall 2010)

Grants & Awards

Center for Conservation and Biodiversity Award, 2011, $750

EEB Excellence in Student Teaching Award, 2010

Bamford Fund (University of Connecticut Research Grant), 2009, $750

Bamford Fund (University of Connecticut Research Grant), 2008, $1,000

Professional Affiliations

Ecological Society of America

-Natural History Section

-Student Section

Graduate Women in Science

Connecticut Invasive Plant Working Group, advisory committee

New England Botanical Club

Natural Areas Association

New England Plant Conservation Corps (2004 – present)

Nantucket Invasive Plant Species Committee (co-Chair, 2006-2007)

Synergistic Activities

Reviewer, Oecologia

Reviewer, Natural Areas Journal

Scientific Expert, Vital Signs program, Gulf of Maine Research Institute (2010 – present)

Monday Evening Seminar Series Organizer, EEB Graduate Student Association (2008 – 2009)

Green Grads, member, public relations committee member (2008 – 2010)

Personal tools