The Future of Bees
Dr. Becky Irwin lends her expertise on bees and climate change to All Sides with Ann Fisher.
Carpenter Bees Can be a Spring Buzzkill. Here’s How to Get Rid of Them (or Coexist)
This News & Observer article talks about Elsa and Hannah's important work on these solitary bees.
The Scientists Fighting for Parasite Conservation
Skylar and friends talk about the importance of parasites in this Scientific American.
A Conversation with Ecological Artist Eleanor Quist Costello Olson
Listen in on a conversation with artist Eleanor Olson, who was inspired by the wildlife in their home and the work of Rob Dunn.
The 2022 Applied Ecology Minors’ Research Symposia
Join us for the 2022 Applied Ecology Minors' Research Symposia across various times on Friday, April 22nd and Monday, April 25th!
Counting Bees Needs A Recalibration
New research by Elsa and Emma confirms that one of the key tools used to assess bee diversity and population size is flawed, but measurable.
Harkema Scholarships for Off Campus Experiences Now Accepting Applications
Applications for the Harkema Fund Scholarships for Off Campus Experiences are due April 6th
The Deep Past and the Deep Future
Robb Dunn chats with Linsday Zanno to get her paleontological insights on her thoughts about the future.
Concerned About Your Students? Erin’s Faculty Blog
Erin outlines her process for addressing student absence, disengagement, and other concerns.
Khara Greiger to Co-Lead USDA/NIFA Grant on Genetic Engineering and Nanotechnology in Food and Agriculture
Congratulations to Khara and collaborators for their grant on, “Interdisciplinary Approaches to Evaluate Societal Implications and Foster Sustainability of Genetic Engineering and Nanotechnology in Food and Agriculture.”