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The Power of Knowledge: Teaching the Next Generation

The Power of Knowledge: Teaching the Next Generation

CalendarSeptember 18, 2017

UserTraci Hillyard

Aimee Tallian believes that by teaching young children how the natural world works, one can create a generation that understands and appreciates the environment. She believes it so much so, that she s...

USU's Science Unwrapped Shares World with Big Animals Friday, Sept. 15

USU's Science Unwrapped Shares World with Big Animals Friday, Sept. 15

CalendarSeptember 12, 2017

UserMary-Ann Muffoletto

Large terrestrial mammals fill us with wonder, curiosity and sometimes fear, but imagine a world without them....

Box Jellyfish will Destroy Future Oceans by Gobbling Up the Food

Box Jellyfish will Destroy Future Oceans by Gobbling Up the Food

CalendarSeptember 11, 2017

UserChristie Wilcox

As the oceans become more acidic, box jellyfish may start eating a lot more. Their greedy appetites could have a huge impact on marine ecosystems....

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CLIMATE ADAPTATION SCIENCE
A new National Science Foundation Research Traineeship (NRT) interdisciplinary graduate program.










Join us for a Communicating Science series, cosponsored by the Ecology Center and Climate Adaptation Science graduate traineeship program.




ECOLOGY CENTER SEMINAR SERIES
UPCOMING SPEAKERS:
 
Jennifer Funk
Associate Professor
Chapman University
Orange, CA


Jennifer Funk
September 20-21

Wednesday, 6:00pm BNR 102
There goes the neighborhood: the odyssey of invasive plants

Thursday, 4:00pm WIDT 007
Trait-based approaches to ecological restoration in invaded plant communities


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