Global Change Fellow Spotlight
Every year the SE CASC funds a multidisciplinary cohort of graduate students representing colleges across NC State University as Global Change Fellows. Learn more about 2021-22 Global Change Fellow Courtney Hotchkiss and the applied research she's conducting.
SE CASC Project Spotlight
Research funded by the SE CASC encompasses actionable science that contributes to understanding exposure and impacts of global change on resources that matter to our partners and to framing decisions about adaptation strategies, emphasizing principles of co-production.
SE CASC Science Seminars
Join us for virtual seminars that highlight SE CASC projects supporting resource management across the Southeast. Wes Boone, NC State, will present "Brooding Over Climate Change: Implications for Eastern Wild Turkey Reproduction" on July 21, 10 am ET, co-hosted with SECAS Third Thursday Web Forum.
2022 SE CASC Regional Science Symposium
Symposium Registration and Abstract Submission is Now Open
Join us in Gulf Shores, AL from September 19-21, 2022 for the second Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Symposium.
This event is intended for:
- Resource managers and researchers working in the southeastern U.S., including the U.S. Caribbean, on climate impacts and adaptation for fish, wildlife, habitat, and cultural resources.
- Decision makers and practitioners from state fish and wildlife agencies, natural resource and land management entities, federal natural and cultural resource agencies, Tribal Nations and Tribal organizations, and NGOs.