Brodie Lab Graduate Student Sarah McPeek Awarded



Sarah McPeek (Brodie Lab) won the Ecological Society of America’s Theory Section

Volterra Award for the best theory talk by a graduate student at the annual

Ecological Society of America meetings. She presented her talk: “Resource

evolution shapes the contemporary ecology of mutualisms in communities” during

an invited symposium on mutualism theory at the August meetings in Montreal,

Quebec. The talk featured work from her two recent papers, McPeek et al. 2021:

“The evolution of resource provisioning in pollination mutualisms” and McPeek et al.

2022: “Eco-evolutionary feedbacks among pollinators, herbivores, and their plant

resources.”

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