HERBARIUM CONTACTS:
 

For information regarding visiting or for information about specimens held in the Chrysler Herbarium please contact the Collections Assistant

Chrysler Herbarium Director-
Dr. Lena Struwe- Dept. of Ecology, Evolution and Natural Resources & Dept. of Plant Biology and Pathology. 237 Foran Hall/Cook Campus, 59 Dudley Rd. New Brunswick,  NJ 08901
Phone: (732)932-9711 x235, Fax: (732) 932-9441, E-Mail:
struwe at aesop.rutgers.edu

Mycological Herbarium Director-
Dr. James White, Jr.- Department of Plant Biology & Pathology
263 Foran Hall/Cook Campus, 59 Dudley Rd. New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Phone: (732)932-9711 x357, Fax: 732/932-9441, E-mail: jwhite at aesop.rutgers.edu

Collections Assistant -
Sean Lynch
Email: chryslerherbarium at gmail.com

The herbarium has also been fortunate to have two Douglass College students working to help process new specimens and to maintain the existing collections contained in the herbarium.  Our most recent curatorial assistant has been able to work in the herbarium through the The Douglass Project for Rutgers Women in Math, Science, and Engineering: Project SUPER which is an enrichment program for undergraduate women.

POSTERS
Presented at the 2006 Botanical Society of America Conference in Chico, CA

Ballast Dumps from the late 1800's
Sasha W. Eisenman, Katrina Dulatas, Hope Elizabeth Clennon and Lena Struwe
Department of Plant Biology and PathologyRutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ



During the Botany 2008 conference in Vancouver, Canada, Aug 26-31,
recent Plant Science undergraduate *Sarah Kelsey*, Plant Biology
graduate student *Sasha Eisenman*, and faculty *Lena Struwe* received
the *national annual award for best presentation in Historical Botany*
by the Botanical Society of America. The title of the poster is
"The Establishment and Persistence of Plants Introduced to New Jersey by
Solid Ballast on Ships" and an abstract is here:
http://www.botanyconference.org/engine/search/index.php?func=detail&aid=756

 

 

  Calotropis proceracentrosema