Meet DEB: Lynette Bouchie, Program Analyst for EP and SBS

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Name: Lynette Bouchie

Education: I received an undergraduate degree in Biology from the University of New Hampshire and a M.S. degree in Biology from the University of Central Florida.

NSF Experience: I started working at NSF in October of 2011. I am a Program Analyst, which is a member of the administrative support staff at NSF, with two of DEB’s clusters: Evolutionary Processes (EP), and Systematics and Biodiversity Science (SBS). In addition to working with these core programs, I help support the review panels for Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases (EEID) and Dimensions of Biodiversity.LBouchie Photo at Nat Geo Continue reading

DEB Program Officers Live!

It’s that time of year for annual scientific society meetings.  DEB Program Officers may be heading your way this summer.  Here’s a quick list of who to look out for and some of the sessions about NSF: Continue reading

Meet DEB: Simon Malcomber, SBS Program Officer

Basic Profile

NSF Division of Environmental Biology Program Officer Simon Malcomber photographing the Western Australia pitcher plant in Western Australia.

NSF Division of Environmental Biology Program Officer Simon Malcomber photographing the Western Australia pitcher plant in Western Australia.

Name: Simon Malcomber

Education: I received a First class (honors) undergraduate degree in Botany (with Zoology) from the University of Reading in the United Kingdom, and a doctorate in Evolutionary and Population Biology from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri with Dr. Peter Raven as my advisor. Continue reading

DEB in the News, Feb. 19, 2013

This will be a semi-regular feature where we share with you links to press coverage and other media featuring DEB PIs that came our way. (Note: today’s items cover the last 2-weeks, but that is not a planned frequency at this point.) Some of the items are picked up via the NSF public affairs team, others we only hear about when you tell us.  If you saw something they didn’t, feel free to share it in the comments. Continue reading