More than 150 people, including alumni, students, faculty and friends, gathered at the University of Georgia Odum School of Ecology in October for a symposium marking the twentieth anniversary of the school’s Conservation Ecology and Sustainable Development graduate program.
Just in time for Halloween, a University of Georgia scientist has posted photographic evidence of “spirits”—his term for the distinctive markings resembling a human skull that are found on the backs of Texas Gray moths (Glenoides texanaria).
CONSERVATION SEMINAR: Cold-blooded conservation: Educating the public about reptiles & amphibians
Dr. Kimberly Andrews, Research Coordinator, Georgia Sea Turtle Center & Education Program Specialist, Savannah River Ecology Lab & Adjunct Professor, UGA Odum School of Ecology
Dec. 2, 2015
Graduate Student Symposium 2016
Jan. 15 - Jan. 16, 2016