Ebola: At Home & Abroad

by January 31, 2015
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Want to learn more about Ebola? Feel a need to put recent events into a broader context that includes biological, medical, legal, and ethical perspectives? All members of the community are invited to attend the Ebola: At Home & Abroad Symposium on the evenings of February 12 and 13, 2015, Read more »

Keeping Score

by January 27, 2015
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This semester yet another Biology faculty member has achieved a significant career milestone. It is Professor Ron Dimock’s 90th semester of teaching at Wake Forest University. Congratulations, Ron! That’s a lot of years of sharing your passion for comparative physiology, invertebrates, and marine biology with Wake Forest students. But all Read more »

A Special EcoLunch

by January 25, 2015
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MA in Sustainability student and Wake Forest alum Scott McCullough shared a photograph taken at the Department of Biology’s EcoLunch on Thursday, January 22. From left to right: Amanda Leland, Vice President for Oceans, Environmental Defense Fund; Sylvia Earle, Pioneering Ocean Explorer, Mission Blue; and Nancy Knowlton, Sant Chair for Read more »

How Sweet It Is! WFU Grad Predicts a Bumper Crop of Maple Syrup in 2015

by January 15, 2015
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Dr. Joshua Rapp, former graduate student of Miles Silman in the WFU Department of Biology, has discovered a new predictor of maple sap flow: seed production the previous fall. The research paper was published in the journal Forest Ecology & Management, but if you love maple syrup you’ll want to Read more »

Esch Celebrates 100th Semester

by January 13, 2015
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.¬†When Professor Jerry Esch walked into 233 Winston Hall just before 11 AM on January 13 for his first meeting with his Spring 2015 Parasitology class, he achieved a career milestone of note: he began his 100th semester of teaching in the Department of Biology at Wake Forest University. Congratulations, Read more »