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Getting to Know the Doris Duke Conservation Scholars in CALS

From learning about the Great Barrier Reef in high school to admiring lizards in the front yard as a kid, Jazmyn Broxton and Mariaguadalupe Vilchez, wildlife, ecology and conservation (WEC) students, knew they had a… Read More

National Ag Week: A Q&A with UF/IFAS Faculty Jennifer Clark

field of colorful pepper plants in yellow, orange, and red.

By Teresa Suits, agricultural education and communication master’s student (BS ’17) During 2019, National Ag Week occurs March 10-16. The week recognizes and celebrates the producers, associations, corporations, universities, governments agencies and others across the… Read More

CALS students share their ecology and conservation research in Latin America

monarch butterfly on leaf

As part of Hispanic Heritage Month recognized during September 15 through October 15, CALS is showcasing its students, faculty, and alumni who research topics of importance to Latin America.  The UF/IFAS wildlife ecology and conservation… Read More

CALS alumnus Gustavo Fonseca shares lessons from his ecology and conservation work in Latin America

CALS alumnus Gustavo Fonseca receives UF distinguished alumnus award.

As part of Hispanic Heritage Month recognized during September 15 through October 15, CALS is showcasing its students, faculty, and alumni who research topics of importance to Latin America.  Gustavo Alberto da Fonseca, an alumnus… Read More