Four years after a deadly tornado struck Joplin MO, in a newly released MIT Press blog post, Keith Tidball reflects on his work rebuilding after the devastation, and how principles of civic ecology were demonstrated in the aftermath.
James Lassoie, professor in the Department of Natural Resources, was one of two Cornell faculty members awarded the 2015 Kaplan Family Distinguished Faculty Fellows in Service-Learning at a special dinner on April 21.
ESS student and Doris Duke Conservation Scholar, Steven Ingram, has been awarded a 2015 Udall scholarship - an award supporting undergraduates with excellent academic records who show potential for careers in environmental public policy, health care and tribal public policy.
Michael Farrell, Director of the Uihlein Forest - Cornell`s Sugar Maple Research & Extension Field Station in Lake Placid NY - envisions a future in which robust US production has returned and supplanted Quebec.
Sr. Research Associate Barbara Bedford will receive the Adirondack Achievement Award at the 22nd Annual Conference on the Adirondacks in May - an honor given to those who have demonstrated significant contributions to the long term sustainability of the Adirondack Park.
Due to be released in October 2015, "Seeking the Wolf Tree" by DNR Research Associate Natalie Cleavitt tells the story of Aurora and Orion as they search for a legendary "wolf tree" in the in the 3,160 hectare Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
DNR Professor Jim Lassoie recently awarded two Internationalizing the Cornell Curriculum grants for projects working with Ruth Sherman, Research Associate/Natural Resources, and Professor Wendy Wolford, Development Sociology.