Greg Cope Recognized With Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society’s Meritorious Service Award
Congratulations to Greg Cope for being recognized with the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society's Meritorious Service Award.
Derek Aday chosen to lead W&M’s Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Our fearless department head, Derek Aday, is heading to William & Mary this fall as the Dean of the School of Marine Science and director of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.
North Carolina Agromedicine Institute Recognized with National Designation
The institute’s efforts to provide health care and safety training to farmers, foresters, fishermen, and their families were recognized at the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities’ Commission on Economic and Community Engagement.
Erin McKenney Recognized With National Outstanding Faculty Advisor Award
Congratulations to Erin McKenney who has been selected for the National New Outstanding Advisor Award by NACADA
Parasites are Going Extinct. Here’s Why We Need to Save Them.
National Geographic covers Dr. Skylar Hopkins et al.'s work on the global parasite conservation plan.
Magic at 64.4 Degrees: Science, Serendipity, and Farmed Striped Bass
“Our new method simplifies the whole spawning process,” Reading says. “Now, you don’t need two species on site. You also don’t need the hormones, which are expensive, require a prescription from a veterinarian, and are much more technically difficult to work with. Compare all that to just putting fish in a tank now and letting nature go to work.
The Libraries’ Open Pedagogy Incubator: Sharing Information, Lowering Barriers, and Engaging More Learners
Erin McKenney tell us what she learned from participating in the Libraries' first Open Pedagogy Incubator.
Basic Bear Bowels Beget Barren Gut Biomes
Scientists have discovered that being a carnivore doesn't require as many guts as previously thought.
Tips for Giving a Great Online Presentation
Investing time practicing the new art form of delivering a great online presentation is more important than ever, and this means rethinking how we use online conferencing software and taking advantage of new tools to engage our audiences.
Video: Meet the New Faculty of 2020!
The incoming class of 2024 aren't the only newbies on campus! The Department of Applied Ecology has welcomed three new assistant professors to the team. Watch the live Q&A here!