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 […]
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Conservationist Mariellé Anzelone’s (CC ’93, GSNB ’00) efforts to showcase New York City’s native plant species included the launching NYC Wildflower Week. Anzelone shares the moment that sparked her interest in nature and it all goes back to SEBS Professor David Ehrenfeld’s class discussion of serotinous pinecones. Read more in Rutgers Magazine.
When referring to New York City as filled with diversity, it is not usually concerning nature. But to double Rutgers grad Marielle Anzelone, who earned a bachelor’s degree in environmental sciences in 1993 and a master’s degree in ecology and evolution in 2000, that is precisely what comes to mind. Anzelone is well acquainted with […]