Skip Navigation
Increase font size
Decrease font size

    Latest News

    Kristie Wendelberger Receives Botanical Garden Award
    Kristie Wendelberger received The Botanical Garden Award at the April 2010 Association for Southeastern Biologists conference for her paper "Using an experimental technique to determine microsite preference when introducing endangered species."
    Student Summer Research in a Himalayan Forest, China
    North Carolina Botanical Garden
    The Curriculum for the Environment & Ecology along with the Institute for the Environment work closely with the North Carolina Botanical Garden. Graduation from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for the program will take place in the Garden on May 13, 2012.
    Kyle Palmquist wins Impact Award!
    Professor's door opens environment to students
    UNC Researchers Merge Art and Science in New Exhibit
    Megan Rúa Receives NSF Postdoctoral Research Fellowship
    Kyle Palmquist Receives ASB Award Honorable Mention
    Marine Science Faculty in the UNC Spotlight
    Annual Award Established in Honor of CEE Faculty Member
    Courtney Sanford Recognized as 'Innovation Scholar'
    2013 Impact Award Winners- Jackie White and Andrea Anton Gamazo
    Graduate Students Serve North Carolina- Each year, The Graduate School at UNC-Chapel Hill presents Graduate Education Advancement Board Impact Awards to graduate students whose research is of exceptional benefit to North Carolina. This year, we have 41 Impact Award recipients—the most since we began in 2006.
    Twelve CEE Students Graduate in December
    2nd annual CEE Student Research Symposium
    Seminar with Dr. Thomas Dietz
    Rachel Gittman wins 2014 UNC Impact Award!
    Danielle Keller is Awarded Prestigious NSF Graduate Fellowship
    Congratulations Environment and Ecology Graduates 2014!
    Chris Hakkenberg awarded prestigious NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship
    Rachel Gittman Dissertation Defense
    The living shoreline approach as an alternative to shoreline hardening: Implications for the ecology and ecosystem service delivery of salt marshes.
    Document Actions