Whitney R. Harris World Ecology Center

Student Snapshots

Student Snapshots

Vona Kuczynska is investigating the effects of Lonicera maackii (Amur honeysuckle), a pervasive, exotic understory shrub that displaces native plants, reduces native seedling regeneration, and alters the architectural structure of forests, on foraging by bats. Her research is supported by the Leo and Kay Drew Scholarship, and by the Peter H. Raven World Ecology Research Scholarship.

Alumni Testimonials

Alumni Testimonials

Silvia Fallon received her Ph.D. from UMSL in 2003. Her research was supported by the Jane and Stanley Birge Scholarship Tropical Research Scholarship. She is now the Director of Wildlife Conservation Projects at the Natural Resources Defense Council in Washington D.C.

Newsletter

Newsletter

Pipernotes, the Whitney R. Harris World Ecology Center Newsletter

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Latest News from
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Harris Center

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New article by Christina Baer and Robert Marquis on invasive insect species is highlighted in Science magazine website and the UMSL Daily


RJM and LPB

2014 Jane and Whitney Harris Lecturer Lincoln P. Brower receives Conservation Action Prize and is interviewed by NPR’s Veronique Lacapra


 

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Dr.Carmen Ulloa, member of the Harris Executive Committee and MBG curator, describes new genus of plants, adding the 6.5 millionth specimen to the Missouri Botanical Garden Herbarium



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