Saving the West

Ed Roberson (’01, MBA ‘09) finds his place and new voices in the search to solve the critical land and water issues of a stressed landscape.

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Unearthing Time in a Bottle

A Wake Forest alumnus and botanist became a keeper of secrets for one of the world’s oldest scientific experiments.

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How to Think About the Planet

Teacher-scholars are posing research questions for their students and guiding them to deeply consider their relationship with the natural world.

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Green with Wonder

From precise botanical illustrations to surprising QR codes, artist Meredith Mulhearn (’01) stays rooted in the natural world.

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A Quieter, Darker World

Jesse Barber (Ph.D. ’07) researches noise and light pollution’s impact on animals, with the potential to shine a path to a better environment for wildlife and humans.

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Stories We're Telling

Staff Favorites

Reading the River

by Carol L. Hanner

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Treasures of the Archives

by Kerry M. King ('85)

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Walking With the Hope

by Maria Henson ('82)

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