News and Events Archive
A New Jersey resident put a high-tech spotlight on the dozen bird (and mammal) species dining at his Atlantic Highlands bird feeder. He suspects some are returning early due to climate change. Rutgers postdoctoral researcher Mike Allen weighs in and explains why the Red-winged Blackbird (pictured) may be a species to watch.
Max Piana et al. publish in Frontiers in Ecology, "Plants in the city: understanding recruitment dynamics in urban landscapes »
Lena Struwe Receives American Society of Plant Taxonomists' 2019 Peter Raven Award for Exceptional Outreach to Non-Scientists »
Jean-Pierre Jacob (SEBS '19) Delivers the Class Representative Remarks at the SEBS 2019 Convocation on May 20, 2019! »
Dorothy Lee Founded the Compost Club and Is a Leader in Social and Environmental Sustainability on the SEBS Campus »
Danielle Brown's Research on Humpback Whales and Potential Vessel Encounters Was Published in Marine Policy »
Marine Species Are Hit Harder by Warming Than Are Species on Land — Paper by Pinsky et al. in Nature »
Dr. Selden Discusses Climate Change as an Emerging Issue for Fisheries in Front of House Subcommittee »
EENR Undergraduate Research Student Aliya Caldwell Wins First Place in Poster Competition at the Rutgers Microplastics Conference »
Oh, All the Species You Can Find! Students and Faculty Lead Discovery of All Biodiversity at Rutgers »
A New Community in an Old Forest: Loss of Songbirds Leads to Community Shift in an Old Growth Forest »
Brooke Maslo's Interview About Her Work on Flood Plain Restoration Broadcast on German Public Radio »
Dr. Malin Pinsky Interviewed in Podcast "The Atlantic Cod Is Leaving U.S. Waters" Presented at Yale Climate Connections»
The project will investigate reversals in testosterone's control of growth and underlying genes across male-larger and female-larger lizards.
Brooke Maslo and Jeremiah Bergstrom Are Featured in a Scientific American Article for Their Work on the Restoration of Floodplain Habitat to Achieve Climate Resilience »
See the RU Wildlife Society Student Chapter's Activities Highlighted in the NJ TWS Newsletter (620k PDF)
Lucia Weinman's Research on Bees Featured in Great Lakes Research and Education Center's Facebook Post »
Rachael Winfree's NSF Grant and Recent Science Paper Are Featured on the NSF Biological Sciences Web Site
James Duffy (SEBS '18) Delivers the Class Representative Remarks at the SEBS 2018 Convocation on May 14, 2018! »
Malin Pinsky Was Appointed to Oceana Science Advisor to Promote Dialogue and Collaboration Around Oceana's "Save the Oceans, Feed the World" Campaign »
Sam Fagundez wins first prize in poster presentation at the Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting »
Malin Pinsky gives the "Rising Star in Ecology" talk at the University of Toronto's Atwood Colloquium »
The president's proposed budget would eliminate an agency that has been protecting crucial species for more than 40 years »
Cara Faillace receives all three graduate student awards offered by the Graduate School New Brunswick »
See coverage on the award in the SEBS/NJAES News Room
Megan King, EENR undergrad from Chrysler Herbarium wins Student Employee of the Year at Rutgers and in the State of NJ »
Glad they didn't brush their teeth! »
Graduate student LaShanda Williams studies the human oral microbiome using the Cleveland Museum's Hamann-Todd Osteological Collection.
Read "Using the Collection Today" in John Mangels' museum blog.
(picture by J.J. Magnuson)
Life in the Cold Song
Henry John-Alder portrayed in the SEBS/NJAES News Room
Meet the newest AAAS member in the Spring 2017 Explorations Magazine (page 7/8) (PDF).
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