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Duffy named AAAS public engagement fellow

“I’ve always thought that public engagement was important, but the current climate makes this work feel absolutely critical.” ~Meghan Duffy

EEB volunteers at Detroit’s Cooke STEM Academy Career Day

EEB grad Xorla Ocloo believes the most important reason to take part in outreach events like the Cooke STEM Academy’s Career Day is “to inspire the next student to be great. That extra push can open so many doors for students.”

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OConnor and Klimov: USDA Bee Mite ID released

A first-of-its-kind resource is helping in the fight against the dramatic decline in bee pollinator populations. This is the first comprehensive diagnostic tool for this group of wordwide, economically-important arthropods that pose a serious threat to our agriculture and natural resources.

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