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.
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.
Watch the Applied Ecology Minors’ Research Symposium
Congratulations to all of our undergraduate minors for their impressive research and presentations!
Researcher Spotlight – Emily Nastase
Learn more about graduate student and Global Change Fellow, Emily Nastase in this researcher spotlight by SE-CASC.
Researcher Spotlight – Erin Eichenberger
Read about co-Applied Ecology student, Global Change Fellow, and plant enthusiast Erin Eichenberger.
Reflections on COP15
Applied Ecology students Willie and Nick report back about their experience at the COP15 UN Biodiversity Conference.
What NC’s Growing White-Tailed Deer Population Means for Drivers, Hunting and the Species’ Survival
This feature by WUNC details Mikiah and Nathan's research on urban white-tailed deer.
My Science Communication Summer at NC State
This guest post by Morgan Chavis details her summer science communication experience with SE-CASC and Applied Ecology.
A Snakey Situation
This guest post by visiting science communication Morgan Chavis details some of the parasite work being conducted by Alex Nelson.
Climate Change-Induced Droughts Alter Animal-Driven Nutrient Cycles in Alpine Ponds
A new study by Jared and Brad as found that animal-driven nutrient flows critical to the functioning of pond ecosystems are under increasing threat from climate change.