National Academies webinar to explore continental scale biology
Published on June 8, 2023
The second in a series event will provide a platform for creative collaboration among experts from multiple fields, organizations, and sectors.
Spartans launch XPRIZE Rainforest biodiversity quest
Published on June 1, 2023
High-powered, multidisciplinary team in Singapore to redefine scientific exploration and compete for $10 million prize.
United Nations Environment Programme taps MSU scholar
Published on May 30, 2023
Jianguo "Jack" Liu will be a lead author of a key United Nations environmental report that assesses and offers solutions to global challenges.
Scientists scrutinize elements flowing through food trade
Published on May 8, 2023
A flood of nitrogen and phosphorus increase as global food trading steps up, with unknown environmental consequences. Explored in Nature Communications
CANR provides rankings on department, unit initiatives around DEI
Published on May 3, 2023
The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources and Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion will honor the 2023 Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Badge Awards recipients at the CANR Faculty and Staff Reception on May 11.
MSU’s Belant to serve on National Wildlife Services Committee
Published on April 21, 2023
Jerrold Belant, professor in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife at MSU, has accepted United States Department of Agriculture Secretary Thomas Vilsack’s invitation to serve on the National Wildlife Services Advisory Committee.
Kanefsky receives 2023 CANR Excellence in Research Performance and Support Award
Published on April 14, 2023
Department of Fisheries and Wildlife laboratory manager Jeannette Kanefsky, Ph.D., to receive 2023 CANR Excellence in Research Performance and Support Award.
Private lands stalling Brazil’s conservation efforts
Published on April 12, 2023
Private landowners in rural Brazil have been permitted to exempt their lands from conservation efforts. The results are reported in Nature Communications Earth & Environment.
PhD student’s Arctic passion supported by three fellowships
Published on April 5, 2023
Michele Remer receives three awards including the prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship
Two fellowships support PhD student’s Arctic studies
Published on April 5, 2023
Sydney Waloven wins two fellowships to support her work in the Bering Strait.
Life on land and water teeters between haves and have-nots
Published on March 29, 2023
A study reveals evidence that high-income countries are outpacing low-income countries, possibly slowing improvements in planetary health.
Changing climate in Bering Sea makes policies more urgent, complicated
Published on March 28, 2023
Arctic climate changes are affecting the gateway between the Arctic Ocean and the Bering Sea, setting up scenarios for conflicts between people and wildlife.
Roloff receives Legacy Award from the Michigan Chapter of The Wildlife Society
Published on March 27, 2023
The Legacy Award for Outstanding Contribution to Wildlife Conservation honors an individual who has furthered wildlife conservation, research, and/or management in Michigan
Harvard sustainability scholar to deliver William W. Taylor Distinguished Lecture
Published on March 16, 2023
William C. Clark will speak on "Sustainability Science: Toward a synthesis" on March 29 on Zoom.
Opportunity Wednesday to interact with renowned ecologist Ehrlich
Published on March 13, 2023
The Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability will host a discussion with Stanford's Paul Ehrlich via Zoom.