Elsa Awarded New Grant To Conserve Rare Butterflies
Congratulations to Elsa and her team for being awarded funding to conserve the Crystal skipper butterfly.
Buckel, Cope, and Kwak Named American Fisheries Society Fellows
Three of the 11 new Fellows selected from the worldwide society are housed in Applied Ecology.
Researchers Capture the Beauty of Our Weird, Wonderful World
Winners of the 2022 Envisioning Research contest, which included faculty, staff and students from CALS, help us understand, and appreciate, our world.
Study Pinpoints ‘Win-Win’ Solutions to Protect Human Health and Conserve Ecosystems
Research examines academic literature to find 46 interventions that would simultaneously benefit humans and the environment.
Greg Cope Named American Fisheries Society Fellow
Greg has been an AFS member since 1985 and has served in several roles during his tenure. Congratulations, Greg!
Racing Towards Tomorrow
Elsa Youngsteadt is featured in the latest CALS Magazine.
In NYC, The Ants Go Marching Up
This NY Times article features the work of Rob Dunn and friends.
Rob Dunn Named Senior Vice Provost for University Interdisciplinary Programs
Rob Dunn, a William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor in the Department of Applied Ecology, has been named Senior Vice Provost for University Interdisciplinary Programs.
Michelle Jewell Elected President of SCONC
Michelle Jewell, our resident science communicator, has been promoted to lead the Science Communicators of North Carolina.
Bee the Solution
David talks about his work in apiculture through NC State's Extension networks.