Suegene Noh

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Office: TLS 479
Voice: (860) 486-5479
Fax: (860) 486-6364

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


Graduate Institution
Ph.D. Candidate
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Connecticut
Thesis Title: Species boundaries in European green lacewings of the Chrysoperla carnea group
Advisor: Charles S. Henry

Undergraduate Institution
B.Sc. Cum Laude
Biological Sciences, Seoul National University, South Korea
Undergraduate Thesis Title: Local enhancement by visual, chemical and acoustic cues from conspecifics in the yellowjacket Vespula koreensis
Advisor: Jae C. Choe


Teaching Appointments
Writing Center, Graduate Writing Associate and Academic Liaison (2007-2008)
Teaching Assistant, Evolution (2007)
Teaching Assistant, General Entomology (2005)
Teaching Assistant, Introductory Biology (Laboratory) (2003-2008)

Pedagogical Training
University of Connecticut Institute of Teaching & Learning, Reflections on Teaching Practices
University of Connecticut Institute of Teaching & Learning, Teaching & Learning Fundamentals

Professional Training
Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS) Graduate Course Participant, Tropical Biology: An Ecological Approach (2004)


Kim, KW, S Noh, JC Choe. 2007. Lack of field-based recruitment to carbohydrate food in the Korean yellowjacket, Vespula koreensis. Ecological Research 22(5): 825-830
Noh, S. 2004. Chorusing in solitary treehoppers (Hemiptera: Membracidae) of Cabo Blanco. Organization for Tropical Studies 04-3: 158-164

Oral Presentations
Noh, S. 2008. Are hybrids attractive? International Symposium on Neuropterology
Noh, S. 2007. Investigating the role of sexual selection in green lacewing speciation. Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America
Noh, S. 2007. Testing for preference of song characters in Chrysoperla lucasina. Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Spring Symposium

Poster Presentations
Noh, S, CS Henry. 2006. Species boundaries: mating signals in two closely related green lacewings. Evolution, Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Evolution (SSE), the Society of Systematic Biologists (SSB), and the American Society of Naturalists (ASN)


Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society, Grants-in-Aid of Research (2008)
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and the Connecticut State Museum of Natural History Student Research Award (2005-2008)
University of Connecticut Graduate School, Outstanding Scholar Fellow (2003-2006)
Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS), Post Course Grant 04-3 (2004-2005)


Instructor, University of Connecticut Cooperative Extension System Master Gardener Program, Entomology (2006-current)
Invertebrate Collections Representative, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Graduate Student Association (2007-current)
Instructor, University of Connecticut Cooperative Extension System Advanced Master Gardener Program, Entomology (2006)
Monday Evening Seminar Organizer, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Graduate Student Association (2005-2006)
Committee member, Northeast Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Conference (NEEC) (2004)


Connecticut Entomological Society
Entomological Society of America
Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB)
Society of Systematic Biologists (SSB)