Agriculture Workers Digital Equity Initiative Receives NIH Funding
Catherine and collaborators aim to increase agricultural workers’ access to digital health services and emergency communication by improving access to affordable, reliable high-speed internet.
Sea Salt is Lethal to Early Life Stages of Three Freshwater Mussel Species
This new study details how salt water intrusion is a threat to the future of freshwater mussels.
Mature Female American Eels Located In Caribbean
American eel lifecycles are famously mysterious, but a new study locates and important source of large female eels.
NC State Will Lead New Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center Consortium
The department of Applied Ecology will continue to host the Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center at NC State under a new cooperative agreement with USGS.
American Eel 101 with Ambar Torres Molinari
Recent AEC graduate, Ambar Torres Molinari, talks about the mysterious and slimy American eel in this interview with science communication intern, TeCora Galloway.
Ghost Forest Education Focal Point of Public Science Project
An interdisciplinary team is aiming to make ghost forests an opportunity for communities to engage with change.
Video: Studying Madi’s Mussels
Dive into the Neuse River with Madi Polera and her team as they work to better measure the health of our imperiled and important freshwater mussels.
Something Old with Something New: Physically and Digitally Meeting Farmworker Health Needs
Farmworkers touch nearly everything on your plate, yet often struggle to access health care and information. Catherine, Emery, and colleagues have created digital literacy tools to help this accessibility issue, using a tried-and-true methods of communication.
Elsa Awarded New Grant To Conserve Rare Butterflies
Congratulations to Elsa and her team for being awarded funding to conserve the Crystal skipper butterfly.
High Genetic Diversity of Commercial Honey Bees Is Also Uniformly Distributed
The genetic diversity of hundreds of commercial honey bees is high, but their genetics are largely the same highly diverse set, with no regional subpopulations. This is good news/bad news for managed colonies.