Serita Frey Named Ecological Society of America Fellow

By The University of New Hampshire

Serita Frey, Professor of Soil Microbial Ecology (Picture Credit: University of New Hampshire)

Serita Frey, professor of soil microbial ecology at UNH, has been named a fellow of the Ecological Society of America.

Frey was elected to this lifelong appointment for “substantial contributions to our understanding of how soil organisms respond to environmental change and in turn impact the services that ecosystems provide across both space and time, leadership within the field of ecology, service to the Ecological Society of America, and tireless mentorship of the next generation of ecologists.”

“Serita Frey is an outstanding scientist, conducting world-class research with tremendous impact on our understanding of agricultural and natural ecosystems,” says Mark Ducey, chair of the UNH department of natural resources and the environment. “The opportunity for our students — both undergraduates and graduate students — to be mentored by her and to participate in her research is amazing.”

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