Interdisciplinary Grant to Strengthen Agricultural Health and Safety Workforce
Catherine LePrevost is leading an interdisciplinary and cross-institutional program that creates a pathway for undergraduate students from agricultural backgrounds to become care providers, educators, and researchers working in farmworker health and safety.
Saving a Magnificent Snail
A team of Applied Ecology researchers have the plan and resources to bring the magnificent ramshorn back before it's too late.
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.
Johnna Brooks Receives National Fisheries Fellowship
Congratulations to Johnna for earning her spot as one of seven new NMFS-Sea Grant Joint Fellows.
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.
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.
What Can Drones Tell Us About The Colony?
Bradley and David dive into the overlooked world of drone bee reproduction for this post in Bee Culture.
Joseph McIver Wins Richard L. Noble Best Student Presentation Award
Congratulations to Joseph's for his award-winning presentation on seal salt toxicity of freshwater mussels.
Bee the Solution
David talks about his work in apiculture through NC State's Extension networks.