Two UMBS researchers have been recognized by the Ecological Society of America (ESA) for excellence of contributions to their fields.  ESA named both Deborah Goldberg and Mark Hunter among their 2014 Fellows.

Both Goldberg and Hunter are professors in the University of Michigan’s Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB). And both have been conducting research at the Biological Station since the mid-2000s. Hunter studies insect-plant interactions.  Goldberg is looking at wetland ecology and invasive species.

ESA Fellows are recognized for excellence in research, outreach and teaching, and/or applying ecology to management and policy.  Twelve fellows were named for 2014.

Read more about what qualified Goldberg and Hunter for this professional honor on the EEB website.