Feed aggregator

Appalachian professor studies the interactions between plants and pollinators

Biology News - Tue, 10/13/2015 - 2pm
BOONE—Worker bumble bees only live a couple of weeks, but it’s that short life span that has enabled researchers to identify changes that are occurring to the species because of climate change in Colorado’s Pennsylvania Mountain Natural Area’s flower diversity. A queen bumble bee forages for nectar on Oxytropis sericea flowers, known as locoweed or […]

Featured Faculty

Our Fall 2015 featured faculty member is Dr. Matt Estep. He specializes in Evolutionary Genetics and Genomics. His philosophy of teaching and a short description of his research make for fascinating read! 

 Campaign for Appalachian

Finish in Four
QEP Global Learning