CELS big thinker for october, assistant professor Brian Gerber
Sandhill cranes that migrate 8,000 miles a year; weasels in the wet jungles of Madagascar; toads that live in snow: Brian Gerber works with these astonishing animals.
The newest addition to the CELS Natural Resources Science faculty, Gerber is a conservation biologist who focuses on quantitative population ecology, which is to say he is a statistician.
For Aria Mia Loberti, cultural diversity encompasses the full spectrum of life experiences. A sophomore in the University of Rhode Island’s College of the Environment and Life Sciences (CELS)…Read more
Master Sergeant Richard L. Moore came to the University of Rhode Island on a mission: to take his career to the next level of excellence…Read more
Driven by her passion for social justice, Jessica Frazier is in a unique position to affect change at the University of Rhode Island…Read more
“Being a good leader requires motivating others and thinking strategically about the future,” says Abigail …Read more
“There’s this common geology phrase: the key to the past will help you understand and prepare for the future,” says Jason Padgett…Read more
As a young marine scientist and doctoral student at the College of the Environment and Life Sciences (CELS), Alexa Sterling is already making big waves…Read more
Dr. Gregory Paquette looks at the University of Rhode Island’s Biotechnology Center with a sense of pride and accomplishment… Read more
“Mother Nature runs our show; we are at her whim with the weather,” says Sarah Partyka, alumna of the College of the Environment and Life Sciences… Read more
Not many undergraduates can say that they’ve supervised a group of five researchers in a foreign country before their senior year. Zahrie Ernst, senior at URI’s College… Read more
Growing up lifeguarding and kayaking on Lake Michigan, Dr. Caroline Gottschalk Druschke was drawn to the outdoors at an early age. … Read more
Ken Ayars has spent the last three decades highlighting the importance… Read more
Growing up near New Jersey’s Ceva Lake, Tyler Contento nurtured… Read more