Lena Struwe, professor in the Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources and the Department of Plant Biology, has launched a new website called Botany Depot. It is a global website for creative ideas and materials for teaching botany in the 21st century for all ages, situations and levels. “I wanted to build an inspirational […]
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Six alumni who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, community service, academic acumen, and campus involvement were honored recently as George Hammell Cook Distinguished Alumni and Dennis M. Fenton Distinguished Graduate Alumni. In an annual event hosted by the Cook Community Alumni Association, those with undergraduate degrees who were recognized include the following: Christopher Dorko CC’94 – […]
Urban ecologist Mariellé Anzelone (CC ’93, GSNB ’00) leads “Plants are Cool, Too!” video series host Chris Martine through Inwood Hill Park, NYC’s primeval urban forest on the northern end of Manhattan. Martine is the David Burpee Chair in Plant Genetics and Research at Bucknell University, and the video series highlights intriguing plant research. This […]
Dr. Chris Martine, the David Burpee Chair in Plant Genetics and Research at Bucknell University, and his film team have been producing the video series, “Plants are Cool, Too,” which is co-sponsored by the Botanical Society of America. The goal is to highlight that plant research is indeed cool, fascinating and important. The episode, “Extreme […]