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Joey Clay - Research Assistant
Joey gives entry level administrative and professional support to other researchers for ongoing forest pathology programs and projects at Auburn. He provides professional assistance for development of project plans/protocols for the examination of plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria and enhanced loblolly, longleaf, and slash pine seedling growth and survival. Joey has also coordinated with others in Forestry associated with the Auburn University Southern Nursery Management Cooperative to provide, equipment, materials, and labor. He keeps track of the numerous experiments that we have related to fungal/bacterial interactions and documents many of the seedling characteristics, such as seedling growth and mortality, This includes data collection in the greenhouse and forest-tree nurseries across the southern United States. Joey makes sure the lab runs a bit smoother and accounts for the laboratory and field supplies, materials and equipment. He lso helps with the graduate students and undergraduate students assigned to the laboratory.
Jamie Lowe - Undergraduate Laboratory Aide
Jamie works in between classes helping out with laboratory tasks making sure the experiments get completed and data collected on time. He has experience in some growth media for fungi and bacteria research as well as some web page work. His interests include forestry and working outdoors. Jamie plans to graduate in the spring of 2003 from the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences.
BS Forestry, School of Forestry & Wildlife Sciences, Auburn University - 2000
Maureen finished up her degree and has moved onto a new job in Tuscaloosa with Gulf States Paper. We wish her well in her new career
B.S. & M.S. School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, Auburn University
DeAnna has moved on in career and moved out of the great state of Alabama and taken a position with International Paper working out of the Georgetown South Carolina office. We wish her well in her new tasks.
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