The latest news and updates for the faculty, staff and students of Applied Ecology.
PhD student Brendan Runde received the 2017 Steven Berkeley Marine Conservation Fellowship awarded by the American Fisheries Society! His dissertation research seeks to examine two management strategies of deepwater reef fishes such as snowy grouper and speckled hind.
The Center for Marine Sciences and Technology (CMAST) has a student spotlight feature highlighting Jacob Krause, a PhD student in Applied Ecology advised by Dr. Jeff Buckel and Dr. Joe Hightower. Jacob describes his research [...]
Zoology Ph.D. student Elsita Kiekebusch in the Nick Haddad Lab is featured in the NC State CALS Magazine Spring 2017 issue. Elsita is a 2016-17 Southeast Climate Science Center Global Change Fellow who studies the [...]
Zoology Ph.D. student Ryann Rossi in the Craig Layman Lab is featured in the NC State CALS Magazine Spring 2017 issue. Rossi, a 2016-17 Southeastern Climate Science Center Global Change Fellow, researches mangrove ecosystems in [...]
Why has the U.S. Military made an effort to join forces with conservation researchers? NPR reports on this unlikely partnership and features Nick Haddad's ongoing research on St. Francis' satyr, the little rare butterfly that can only be found on Fort Bragg.
PhD student Sara Prado had her research in Puerto Rico featured in the newspaper El Nuevo Dia. The article highlights Sara's recent discovery of three new bee species in Puerto Rico and provides an introduction [...]
Artist Miella Green's emerging series A Thousand Galaxies is now on exhibit at the James B. Hunt Jr. Library. Selected works from her this series, made while serving as Artist-in-Residence in NC State’s Rob Dunn Lab, will be on display on the Hunt Library Commons Wall from August 29 to September 4.
The Department of Applied Ecology at North Carolina State University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in Urban Ecology at the rank of Assistant Professor. We are seeking an individual who studies both pattern [...]
Jennifer Archambault, award recipient of the 2016 W. Don Baker Memorial Best Professional Presentation, receiving her award from Dr. Mike Gangloff (Appalachian State University), the NC AFS Chapter President. Mr. John Crutchfield (Duke Energy), [...]
Chief Scientist Nate Bacheler and red snapper, Lutjanus campechanus. Photo credit: David Hoke Dr. Nate Bacheler (NC State University, MS ’02, PhD ’08, Zoology) has been awarded a Presidential Early Career Award, the “highest [...]
Congratulations to our recent 2015 graduates who earned a minor in the Applied Ecology program!
Do you practice science, but find yourself wishing you could communicate it outside of the regular academic channels? Would you like a little guidance and a supportive community to help you get your feet wet? [...]
The Center of Applied Aquatic Ecology is using the Augmented Reality Sandbox as an education outreach tool, and currently have it on display at the Makery@Kidzu in Chapel Hill. The Augmented Reality Sandbox [...]
Professor Greg Cope and researcher Jennifer Archambault, both in the NC State Department of Applied Ecology (along with Chris Eads in the NC State Department of Population Health & Pathobiology) had the wonderful opportunity to [...]
JoAnn Burkholder, Robert Reed and Elle Allen of NC State University’s Center for Applied Aquatic Ecology are working to ensure safer drinking water for hundreds of thousands of North Carolinians. Hear them describe their work [...]
Spring Course in Applied Ecology Conserving species diversity has been the main goal for conservation biology; however, many plans that only consider ecology do not succeed. In this class, we will cover some [...]
Dr. Gary Miller (left) with Dr. Greg Cope (right) Dr. Gary W. Miller, Asa Griggs Candler Professor in the Department of Environmental Health and Associate Dean for Research in the Rollins School of Public Health [...]
Persistent rains and looming off-coast Hurricane Joaquin didn’t deter fans from celebrating CALS Tailgate and Ag Day on October 3, 2015! Thankfully a tent outside PNC Arena sheltered many departmental exhibits. Applied Ecology's [...]
The Supplemental Scholarship program is designed to enrich the graduate experience. It is paid directly to the student and is not intended to be part of a student stipend. Initiated in 2014, when three scholarships [...]