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Purdue Ag Fish Fry

​Tom Wiltrout, BS '75, MS '76, was one of the seven agricultural educators and industry leaders who received the Certificate of Distinction, the highest honor bestowed by the Purdue Agricultural Alumni Association.

Tom Wiltrout
Grad Ag Research Spotlight-Gabriela Nuñez-Mir

Exotic species — those living outside of their native areas — can have devastating environmental and economic impact, Nuñez-Mir explains. ​

Gabriela Nuñez-Mir
2016 Gov. Holshouser Award for Excellence in Public Service

​Dr. Steve McKeand, BS 1976, MS 1978, received the Govensor Holshouser Award for Excellence in Public Service as he shares over 30 years of experience working on the gentics of tree breeding at North Carolina State University.

Hands holding plaque
How to Synthesize 100 Articles in Under 10 Minutes: Reviewing Big Literature Using ACA

​Dr. Bryan Pijanowski and Dr. Songlin Fei shares written articles using ACA tools for online blog, methods.blog.

Rainbow Smelt
Causes of Great Lakes smelt population decline are complex

Thhe reasons for the dwindling population of smelt prey fish in the Great Lakes to near historic lows are more complicated than previously believed, new research conducted by Zach Feiner, Dr. Tomas Höök and collaborators suggests.

rainbow smelt
IISG has another year to be proud of

​This is a tough year to single out just a handful of stories that made an impact. Researchers, specialists, partners, stakeholders all played an important part in making 2016 the best collaborative, communicative, cooperative, and adventurous year to date! So here goes…​

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ISA Science and Research Committee

​The International Society of Arboriculture Science and Research Committee fosters exchange among the research community and professionals, and identifies important new opportunities for science and research.

Lindsey Purcell
Fake News or Real Science: How We Know Climate Change Is Real

​Seeker.com publishes article, "Fake News or Real Science: How We Know Climate Change Is Real," sharing Dr. Jeff Dukes' research.

Global picture, article Fake News or Real Science: How We Know Climate Change Is Real
Listening for the amphibian apocalypse

​Sounds of nature continues to be exceptionally quiet these days, shares Dr. Bryan Pijanowski. View CNN article, Listening for the amphibian apocalypse​.

CNN video, Listening for extinction: the amphibian apocalypse
An Analysis of Lake Morphometric and Land-Use Characteristics that Promote Persistence of Cisco in Indiana

Dr. Tomas Hook, Andrew Honsey, MS '14, & Steve Donbauer, IDNR fisheries research biologist, share cisco research that will aid in conservation efforts. Photo by Katie Steiger-Meister/USFWS.

Cisco, photo by Katie Steiger-Meister/USFWS
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