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Joyce Ong

Say What?
Fish Have Ears and People Study Them? »


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Rafael Valentin's and Dr. Julie Lockwood's Research Highlight in Nature »

Article in Frontiers of Ecology and the Environment »


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James Duffy (SEBS '18) Delivers the Class Representative Remarks at the SEBS 2018 Convocation on May 14, 2018! »


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Malin Pinsky Was Appointed to Oceana Science Advisor to Promote Dialogue and Collaboration Around Oceana's "Save the Oceans, Feed the World" Campaign »



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Marci Meixler wins Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching »

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Julie Lockwood wins the SEBS Research Excellence Award »


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Malin Pinsky was interviewed on NPR about a new paper published by his lab »

Article in PLOS »

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Sam Fagundez wins first prize in poster presentation at the Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting »



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Malin Pinsky gives the "Rising Star in Ecology" talk at the University of Toronto's Atwood Colloquium »

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When an invasive species is a recreational fisherman's dream catch »

SEBS/NJAES Newsroom Story | Link to Podcast at Beyond Data


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Does biodiversity really matter to human well-being? »

SEBS/NJAES Newsroom Story

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Lathrop tied in knots at the end of the world »

Rutgers Today | SEBS/NJAES Newsroom Story | Conserve Wildlife Blog


Pruning the oaks on Lipman Drive

Arborists' Work Day at Rutgers »

SEBS/NJAES Newsroom Story

Photo: killer whale orca breaching the ocean, CC0 Pixabay Skeeze

The president's proposed budget would eliminate an agency that has been protecting crucial species for more than 40 years »

Article in Scientific American


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Trees having sex, but taking their own sweet time to work out that male/female thing »

Article in Springer | Washington Post | Smithsonian Magazine | Northjersey.com

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Alice In Wonderland has lessons for climate adaptation »

Article in PNAS


bombus veronicastrum photo courtesy of M Macleod

Science paper finds the more bee species, the better the pollination »

Article in Science | SEBS/NJAES Newsroom Story

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The Personal Bioblitz starts March 1st, 2018 »

Article in Rutgers Today | Instructions how to sign up


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Lena Struwe launches Botany Depot – global botanical education resource »

Botany-Depot website link | Rutgers Today coverage | SEBS/NJAES Newsroom story | Botany-Depot facebook page

Johnny Quispe in the field

E&E Grad student selected for CERF's Rising TIDES conference mentoring program »

Eden Buenaventura presents during the GIS Day 2017 event

Former EENR student presents at GIS day »

SEBS/NJAES Newsroom story

Yellow trout lily (Erythronium americanum), photo courtesy of Tina Harrison

Forests are critical habitat for diverse communities of native bees »

Link to full paper in Global Change Biology


HMF students identify forest plants

Appalachian Mountain Club's AMC Outdoors magazine features the Hutcheson Memorial Forest »

Siobain Duffy, Ann Palmenberg, Stacey Horner

Siobain Duffy awarded virology society's Junior Investigator Prize »


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Urban plant research featured on cover of August 2017 issue of American Journal of Botany »

Rafael Valentin

Graduate student's novel research secures multiple grants and ESA presentation award »


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Jennifer Blake-Mahmud Awarded Best Oral Paper in the Physiology Section at Botany 2017 Conference  »

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