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One-of-a-Kind? Or Not. USU Geneticist Studies Formation of New Species

One-of-a-Kind? Or Not. USU Geneticist Studies Formation of New Species

CalendarFebruary 27, 2017

UserMary-Ann Muffoletto

A stick insect blends into needles of a fir tree. USU biologist Zach Gompert and colleagues extensively studied the insect's genus to gain insights about evolution. ...

 Sarah Null, along with three other USU researchers have each been awarded a National Science Foundation CAREER Grant.

Sarah Null, along with three other USU researchers have each been awarded a National Science Foundation CAREER Grant.

CalendarFebruary 27, 2017

UserHeather Zollinger

The NSF CAREER award, which averages more than $500,000 over the course of five years, is one of the most prestigious awards a new faculty researcher can receive. Established in 1995, this award is gi...

Call for Posters, Registrants for 2017 USU Spring Runoff Conference

Call for Posters, Registrants for 2017 USU Spring Runoff Conference

CalendarFebruary 21, 2017

UserMary-Ann Muffoletto

The Utah State University Water Initiative hosts its annual Spring Runoff Conference March 28-29 at the university’s Eccles Conference Center. “Data-driven Water Management for an Uncertain Future...

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










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




ECOLOGY CENTER SEMINAR SERIES
UPCOMING SPEAKER:
 
March 1-2, 2017


Dr. Diana Wall
Dr. Diana Wall
Colorado State University
Department of Biology





Wednesday, March 1; BNR 102 at 6:00pm

New frontiers in biodiversity:  soil life moves to the world stage.
Thursday, March 2; ENGR 101 at 4:00pm 
Lessons from an Antarctic desert: response of soil life to climate change




View recent publications for the Ecology Center