Topic: Christian Rabeling

Graduate Alumnus Awarded Three-Year Harvard Society Fellowship

Feb. 7, 2011

Christian Rabeling (Ph.D. 2010), an alumnus of the graduate program in Ecology, Evolution and Human Behavior at The University of Texas at Austin, has been awarded a Junior Fellowship from the Harvard Society of Fellows beginning in July 2011.

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Fall 2009 research roundup

Jan. 7, 2010
Fall 2009 research roundup

Why do women have sex? Why don't some ants? Is your online personality the real you? What do bats sing about to each other? Who's that new meat-eater shaking up the dinosaur family tree? Do toddlers make their own grammar?

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Ant Has Given Up Sex Completely, Report Texas Researchers

Aug. 26, 2009

The complete asexuality of a widespread fungus-gardening ant, the only ant species in the world known to have dispensed with males entirely, has been confirmed by a team of Texas and Brazilian researchers.

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Ecology, Evolution and Behavior Doctoral Student Wins $10,000 Michael H. Granof Outstanding Graduate Student Award

May 15, 2009

Christian Rabeling, a doctoral student in Ecology, Evolution and Behavior in the College of Natural Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin, has won the $10,000 Michael H. Granof Outstanding Graduate Student Award at the University Co-op/Graduate School Awards for Excellence in Graduate Education.

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Graduate student finds new ant species

Sept. 22, 2008
Graduate student finds new ant species

An ant so unlike all other living ants that it was given an extraterrestrial name has been discovered in the Amazon rain forest.

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