Renaissance man Pete Weigl of biology becomes the first in his department to retire in 20 years. An article recently published by David Fyten of the Office of Creative Services highlights the career of Peter D. Weigl. As an ecologist, Weigl has conducted research at and taken student and travel study groups to remote locations…
Windows on Wake Forest published an article about PhD. candidate Aaron Corcoran and Professor William Conner entitled, “Nature’s Trick or Treat” In the ongoing evolutionary battle between bats and moths, a species of tiger moth plays a trick with sound to avoid becoming a bat’s tasty treat, according to new research by professor William Conner…
Professor of Biology Ronald V. Dimock Jr. recently received the Meritorious Teaching Award from the Association of Southeastern Biologists. The award recognizes outstanding contributions to the training of graduate and undergraduate biology students and is the association’s most prestigious award. Candidates must be nominated by former students. Dimock, Thurman D. Kitchin Professor of Biology, is…
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