Assistant Professor of Biology Jennifer Güler has won an NSF CAREER award for her research in the survival mechanisms of malaria parasites and how that knowledge can be used in helping prevent the disease. According to the April 21st edition of Inside A&S, "In recognition of that work, Güler recently won the National Science Foundation’s CAREER Award, one of the most sought-after honors for early-career faculty members whose work in both the lab and the classroom shows exceptional promise, and one that will provide an important source of funding for further research." The award includes research funds of more than $565,000 for the next five years and will also help Dr. Güler advance her goals as an educator. To read the full article, please click here. Congratulations, Jenny!