This March, Providence College is participating in the Inaugural BIG EAST Undergraduate Research Symposium at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Each BIG EAST school was invited to send five research projects–and Isabelle Heron was chosen as one of Providence College’s projects! Isabelle will present her work on frosted elfin habitat surveys, which was […]
Want to help us catalog the diversity of pollinators on and around Providence College campus? Join our project on iNaturalist! New to iNaturalist? See iNaturalist’s guide to getting started and some tips for making observations from the Tufts Pollinator Initiative.
For the past two days, I have been participating in Scholar Strike, a movement to bring awareness of structural and systemic racism in America. As someone who couldn’t see myself in the popular image of “scientist” while I was growing up, I strive to be inclusive in my teaching and my mentorship, but I know […]
Honey bees can’t practice social distancing, so they stay healthy in close quarters by working together
Like humans, honey bees are extremely social and are susceptible to disease. Check out our piece in The Conversation about how they work together to fight disease, much like we must to fight COVID-19. Read here.