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Apr 23, 2024

April 2024 Newsletter

Catch up on all the latest news, events, and webinars in the SE CASC monthly newsletter. 

Apr 23, 2024

Brook Trout Populations Are Different in Neighboring Streams Due to Climate Impacts

A new statistical method explains why brook trout populations are different between streams in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 

Apr 22, 2024

Reflections on Becoming Better Climate Educators: An Interactive Research and Arts Workshop

Artists and scientists joined forces to explore innovative approaches to climate communication in a collaborative effort between the Global Change Research Fellows, NC State Live, and Small Island Big Song (SIBS). 

Apr 17, 2024

Researcher Spotlight – Kurt Naquin

Current Global Change Research Fellow, Kurt Naquin, tells us about their work in participatory science and Indigenous Data Sovereignty. 

Apr 15, 2024

A Q&A with SE CASC Resident Artist Emily Nastase for World Art Day

For World Art Day, we sat down with our artist in residence, Emily Nastase, to chat about what artists and scientists can learn from each other.  

Apr 3, 2024

Researcher Spotlight – Titilayo Tajudeen

Current Global Change Research Fellow, Titilayo Tajudeen, tells us about her work on "Ghost forests", predicting the expansion of forest loss, and the hydrological consequences. 

Apr 2, 2024

Science Seminar May 16 | 1PM ET: Priorities and Opportunities for Enhancing Collaborative Wildlife Conservation in the Southeast

Kaitlyn Tiffany and Nils Peterson join us to talk about insights from their SEAFWA survey including key areas for conservation investment. 

Mar 20, 2024

Researcher Spotlight – Kaleb Goff

Current Global Change Research Fellow, Kaleb Goff, tells us about his work on plant diversity in mountain ecosystems. 

Mar 19, 2024

March 2024 Newsletter

Catch up on all the latest news, events, and webinars in the SE CASC monthly newsletter. 

Mar 15, 2024

Improving Children’s Connection to Nature Requires More Than Just Language Changes

Julianne Reas looks into whether language changes from "nature" to "outdoors" makes any difference to elementary children.