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- 1. Catherine Lindell selected as American Ornithological Society Fellow
Catherine Lindell, associate professor of integrative biology in the MSU College of Natural Science, was selected as a 2017 American Ornithological Society Fellow.
- 2. Arctic river ice deposits rapidly disappearing
Climate change is causing thick ice deposits that form along Arctic rivers to melt nearly a month earlier than they did 15 years ago, according to a new study co authored by Jay Zarnetske, an MSU College of Natural Science hydrologist.
- 3. Elena Litchman wins prestigious Excellence Professorship award
Elena Litchman, MSU Foundation Professor of integrative biology, is the recipient of an Excellence Professorship award from the Professor Dr. Werner – Petersen Foundation based in Kiel, Germany.
- 4. NatSci's Elise Zipkin named Ecological Society of America Early Career Fellow
Elise Zipkin, MSU assistant professor of integrative biology and the Ecology, Evolutionary Biology and Behavior program in the College of Natural Science, has been named a 2017 Early Career Fellow of the Ecological Society of America.
- 5. New study abroad course: Conservation Medicine in New Zealand
A new study abroad course—conservation medicine—will be offered for the first time spring semester 2017 by the Department of Integrative Biology in the MSU College of Natural Science.
- 6. MSU plant biologist receives NSF CAREER Award
Lars Brudvig, associate professor of plant biology in Michigan State University’s College of Natural Science, is the recipient of a five-year, $653,460 National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Award.
- 7. Fertilizer use could reduce climate benefit of cellulosic biofuels
A new study from the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center and Michigan State shows that the use of nitrogen fertilizer on switchgrass crops can produce a sharp increase in emissions of nitrous oxide, a significant driver of global climate change.
- 8. MSU integrative biology professor honored as fellow of the Ecological Society of America
Gary G. Mittelbach, Michigan State University professor of integrative biology, has been named a 2015 fellow of the Ecological Society of America.
- 9. New perspectives on how ecological communities are assembled
Two MSU College of Natural Science professors have come up with a new way to think about how evolution and ecology interact in community assembly.
- 10. Spreading the seeds of big data
Using a $4.9 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture, MSU will lead a team of scientists to develop big data approaches to better manage water and fertilizers and to adapt to changes brought on by climate variability.
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