Category: Faculty Research
- Posted on November 27, 2022
Posted on October 8, 2022
Adaptability of Aspens
Aspen forests maintain the genetic diversity needed to adjust to changing environments. Watching paint dry has nothing on watching a forest grow. That achingly long […]
Burivalova Wins Nature Award for Driving Global Impact
Assistant Professor, Zuzana Buřivalová was the 2021 recipient of the Nature Award for Driving Global Impact (DGI) in recognition of her efforts to further biodiversity conservation […]
Posted on September 28, 2022
Anna Pidgeon Named Fellow of the American Ornithological Society
Beers-Bascom Professor of Conservation Anna Pidgeon was named a Fellow of the American Ornithological Society (AOS) in September 2022 in recognition of her contributions to […]
Posted on August 8, 2022
Graduate Student Spotlight: Sam Helle
Sam Helle, Environment and Resources Ph.D. candidate advised by Dr. Tim Van Deelen in F&WE, has been researching social and ecological aspects of Bengal tiger […]
Jon Pauli and Ben Zuckerberg Promoted to Full Professors
Professors Jon Pauli and Ben Zuckerberg were both promoted to full Professors in recognition of their outstanding quality of work, scholarly impact, and productivity, as […]
Posted on October 14, 2020
Human Influence on Carnivore Diets
F&WE researchers were featured in UW News article, ‘Carnivores living near people feast on human food, threatening ecosystems,’ by Eric Hamilton.
Posted on September 15, 2020
‘Canaries’ in a cole mine?
Read the full article in the ECals newsletter, by Cris Carusi, featuring researchers in F&WE.
Posted on January 14, 2020
Bioacoustics – A Conservation Tool for Studying Birds
Read the full article in The Washington Post, by Anders Gyllenhaal, featuring researchers in F&WE.
Posted on March 22, 2019
Rising rainfall averages hide crop-killing droughts
“even in years with above average rainfall, crops can be severely reduced by drought early in the growing season”