Month: March 2021
WILDFIRES IN THE WEST
Monica Turner speaks about the wildfires that have been effecting California and other western states.
ADAPTING IN A PANDEMIC
Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates (Zoo 430) made huge strides in adapting its structure for the pandemic.
SOCIAL SINGING STARLINGS
Lauren Riter’s work on Starlings are being showcased on Psychology Today.
Lineage of Learning
Wayland Evan Noland supports the College of Letters & Science to ensure that intellectual pursuit remains strong into the future
Duane Barnes, Building Manager, Department of Integrative Biology, is a 2019 recipient of the the University Staff Award
New Ecology Research
Scientists studying plant species discovered that habitat corridors improve biodiversity and reduce extinction rates
For junior Camila Hernández, studying Spanish and Neurobiology are an ideal path for becoming a physician and patient advocate
Congrats to John Orrock for being recognized with the Vilas Faculty Mid-Career Investigator Award
Museums and special collections across the College of Letters & Science enhance learning and spark curiosity