Talia Young, doctoral candidate in the graduate program in Ecology and Evolution, has been named one of five young scientists who will comprise the David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellowship Class of 2016. Considered the nation’s premier postdoctoral program in conservation science, the fellowship aims to “identify and support early-career scientists who will shape the […]
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Acquiring new knowledge and sharing it with high school students have marked Talia Young’s journey Talia Young (GSNB’16), a newly minted Rutgers Ph.D. in ecology, studies fish and their relationship to the people and communities that depend on them. She’s also passionate about acquiring new knowledge and sharing it with young people, which is what […]
Edwin J. (Ed) Green, professor in the Department of Ecology, Evolution and Natural Resources, and Edwin J. (EJ) Green, a doctoral student in philosophy, were both honored at the Spring Awards ceremony of the Graduate School–New Brunswick (GSNB) on April 23. In fact, the graduate program in Ecology and Evolution scored a trifecta of awards […]