Looking forward to 2015, Rutgers Today takes a look back at the milestones, achievements and big stories of 2014 to bring back memories and remind all of us that Rutgers is a vibrant and diverse place to live, work and study. The following stories and videos on the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences were featured in the review:
80 Years After First Sighting, New Frog Species is Confirmed
A Rutgers researcher and team of scientists have proven that a new frog species is living in wetlands from Connecticut to North Carolina.
Super Bowl Weather Watcher: Rutgers Website Analyzes the Possibilities
Dave Robinson and his team at the Office of the New Jersey State Climatologist compiled 83 years worth of game day data on BigGameWeather.com.
Rutgers Alum Named U.S. Botanic Garden’s New Director
Working at a Renaissance era estate in Italy led Ari Novy to a doctoral program at Rutgers and a career path in plant science.
In Memoriam: Peter Rona, Renowned Explorer of the Deep Ocean, Dies at 79
Rona served as a science director of Volcanoes of the Deep Sea, an IMAX film that took viewers down to deep-sea vents in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.