Megan King, who is pursuing a master’s degree in the School of Graduate Studies in the Ecology and Evolution Graduate Program, has received the 2022 Vicki A. Funk Graduate Research Grant from the American Society of Plant Taxonomists and the Torrey Botanical Club’s research grant. The Vicki A. Funk Graduate Research Grant is part of an international competition and […]
Senior Story: Ryan Schmidt (SEBS’22), Ecology is Music to His Ears
Ryan Schmidt (SEBS’22) graduates this May from the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences with a bachelor’s degree in Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources and a minor in Music. He initially was enrolled as a Music Education major in the Mason Gross School of the Arts with the intent to become a high school music […]
The Annual Personal Bioblitz Connects People with Nature – Will it Break Records Again this Year?
What is that spider on that rock? That yellow spring flower is strange; what is it? Is that a weed in my backyard? Should I remove it? What kinds of birds will I see this spring? Wow, that’s a weird-looking red, black and white bug; what is it? Is there more than one kind of […]
How Collections-based Undergraduate Research Adapted to the Covid-19 Pandemic
Rutgers Chrysler Herbarium collections manager, Megan R. King, presents a talk on ‘How Collections-based Undergraduate Research Adapted to the Covid-19 Pandemic’. This 15 minute presentation was delivered at the national Botany 2020 conference, held virtually between July 27 and July 31, 2020. The presentation goes over the size and contents of the herbarium collection, its […]