C.V.

Nicolette Cagle’s CV (pdf version)


EDUCATION                  

Doctor of Philosophy, May 2008

University Program in Ecology, Duke University, Durham, NC

DissertationMulti-scale snake species-habitat relationships and conservation

Concentration:  Conservation biology emphasizing landscape ecology and multivariate statistics

Special Programs: Preparing Future Faculty Program 2007-2008

Selected Honors: National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

 

Bachelor of Science, summa cum laude, August 1999 – May 2002

Environmental Science & Natural Resources, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL

Special Programs:  Environmental Fellows Program, Campus Honors Program

Selected Honors:  J. B. Turner Scholar 1999-2002, James Scholar 1999-2002, Morris K. Udall Scholarship 2001

 

Playful Pedagogy Certificate Program, North Carolina Zoo, Asheville, NC   (in progress)                                           

Cambridge Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA), Teaching House D.C. (2018)

Kamana I Naturalist Certificate, Wilderness Awareness School, Duvall, WA (2016)

Certified Interpretive Trainer, National Association for Interpretation, Fort Collins, CO (2013)

Certified Interpretive Guide, National Association for Interpretation, Fort Collins, CO (2012)   

Native Plant Studies Certificate, North Carolina Botanical Garden, Chapel Hill, NC (2012)

Environmental Education Certificate, Raleigh, North Carolina (2007)

Tropical Herpetology Course, La Suerte, Costa Rica & Ometepe, Nicaragua (2001)

Spanish Language and Culture, Colegio de España in Salamanca, Spain (1997)


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Director, NSOE K-12 Diversity Pathway Programs, Duke University, Durham, NC  (2017 to present)

Director, NSOE Communications Studio, Duke University, Durham, NC  (2014 to present)

Lecturer, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University, Durham, NC  (2013 to present)

Graduate Courses: Dendrology, Forest Measurements, Environmental Education & Interpretation, Professional Writing (DEL), Professional Communications, Wildlife Surveys, Classic Environmental Literature (DEL), Contemporary Environmental Issues (DEL), Ornithology Group Independent Study (IS), Adult Environmental Education IS, Museum Education IS, Invasive Species IS

Undergraduate Courses: Into the Woods

Executive Education Courses: Writing for Environmental Professionals

Director, Environmental Science Summer Program, Duke University, Durham, NC (2012 to present)

Interim Project Manager, NAAEE & C&NN Collaborative Research Library, Durham, NC  (2018)

Lecturing Fellow, Thompson Writing Program, Duke University, Durham, NC (2011 to 2013)

Instructor, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University, Durham, NC  (2009 to 2013)

Graduate Courses: Landscape Ecology, Fundamentals of Environmental Education, Professional Writing (DEL), Classic Environmental Literature (DEL)

Undergraduate Courses: Food & Energy

Executive Education Courses: Nuclear Regulatory Commission Custom Course – Writing Skills, Writing for Environmental Professionals

Lecturing Fellow, Thompson Writing Program, Duke University, Durham, NC  (2011 to 2013)

Undergraduate Courses:  Endangered Ecosystems of the Southeast, Woods to Words: Evaluating Nature Center Materials, European Environmentalism

Plain Language Consultant and Workshop Facilitator, Durham, NC (2012 to 2013)

Environmental Educator, Piedmont Wildlife Center, Durham, NC (2008)

After-school Tutor, The Lerner School, Durham, NC (2006 to 2008)

Teaching Assistant, Duke University, Durham, NC  (2003 to 2008)

Biology and English Teacher, United Planet, Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania  (2006)

Environmental Educator|Water Quality Monitor, AmeriCorps, Knoxville, TN (2002 to 2003)

Research Assistant, University of Illinois – Urbana  (1999 to 2001)

Projects: pollution and lichen morphology in northern Indiana, frog pigmentation in Costa Rica & Nicaragua, National Geographic boa constrictor study, germination of rare prairie forb, caddisfly diversity and water quality

Restoration Ecology Assistant, Chicago Botanic Garden, Glencoe, IL (2000)

Naturalist|Environmental Educator, The Grove National Historic Landmark, Glenview, IL (1996 to 2000)


ADDITIONAL TRAINING IN DIVERSITY, EQUITY, & INCLUSION             

Cambridge CELTA, CELTA Teaching House, Washington DC  (2018)

Racial Equity Institute Training (I & II), Durham NC (2018)

Implicit Bias Training, Duke University, Durham NC  (2017)

Trans 101 Training, Duke University, Durham NC (2017)

Showcasing Diversity in Environmental Professions, NSOE, Duke University, Durham NC (2017)

Inclusive Teaching Workshop, CIT, Duke University, Durham NC (2017)

Leadership in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Higher Education, Coursera, Univ. of Michigan (2017)

Rising TIDE Gender Bias in the Workplace, NSOE, Duke University, Durham NC (2017)

DukeEngage Faculty Fellow Training, Duke Engage, Duke University, Durham NC (2015)

Rising TIDE I, NSOE, Duke University, Durham NC  (2015)

Best Practices & ESL Students, Thompson Writing Program, Duke University, Durham NC (2011)

Citizenship & Human Diversity Training, AmeriCorps, Knoxville, TN (2002)


SELECTED AWARDS, HONORS, & FELLOWSHIPS         

Duke Outstanding Leadership in Sustainability – Faculty Award  (2018)

Duke Leadership Academy (2018)

Commendation from Headwaters Group, North Carolina Sierra Club (2017)

Duke CIT Active Learning Fellow (2017)

Duke Science Communication Fellow (2016)

Duke Trillium Fellow (2016)

Duke Forest Clarence F. Korstian Award (2015)

Center for Education, Imagination, & the Natural World Fellow  (2014 to 2016)

Duke Service Learning Fellow (2014 to 2015)

North Carolina Science Leadership Fellowship (2012 to 2014)

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (2005 to 2008)

NASA-MSU Professional Enhancement Award (2007)

Gamma Sigma Delta Outstanding Senior Award (2002)

Outstanding Student in Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Science (2002)

Forestry Faculty Merit Award  (2002)

Bronze Tablet Award (Highest University Honors) (2002)

Morris K. Udall Scholarship  (2001 to 2002)

Environmental Fellows Program (2000 to 2002)

University of Illinois Chancellor’s Scholar – Campus Honors Program  (1999 to 2002)

University of Illinois James Scholar (1999 to 2002)

University of Illinois Jonathon Baldwin Turner Scholar  (1999 to 2002)

Gamma Sigma Delta Collegiate Honor Society (2001)

Golden Key Collegiate Honor Society (2001)

National Society of Collegiate Scholars  (2001)

Alpha Lambda Delta Collegiate Honor Society (2001)

Xi Sigma Pi Honor Society (2001)

University of Illinois Mothers Association Book Award (2000)                                                                                                                 


GRANTS                          

American Association of University Women (AAUW) Grant (for GALS program, Faculty Sponsor), $6,990 (2018)

The North Face Explore Fund (for GALS program, Faculty Sponsor), $15,000 (2017)

Duke D-SIGN Grant (for GALS program, Faculty Sponsor), $14,153 (2017)

Burroughs Wellcome Fund Student Science Enrichment Program, $74,950 (2015)

Thompson Writing Program Research Grant, Duke University, $2,500 (2013)

Thompson Writing Program Research Grant, Duke University, $2,500 (2012)

Duke University Center for Instructional Technology Stipend $1,000 (2012)

Duke University Service Learning Program Course Enhancement Grant, $750 (2011)

Duke University and Nicholas School Conference Travel Fellowships, $1,600 (2007)

NASA-MSU Professional Enhancement Award, $500  (2007)

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, $90,000 (2005)

Prairie Biotic, Inc. Prairie Research Grant, $1,000 (2004)

Illinois Environmental Council Research Experience Grant, $2,000 (2001)

University of Illinois Campus Honors Program Travel Grant, $1,000 (2001)

University of Illinois College of ACES Travel Grant, $800 (2001)


PUBLICATIONS           

Cagle, N. L. (in preparation). Examination of the goals and materials of environmental education centers in Italy.

Cagle, N. L. (in preparation). A re-examination of nature center and environmental center goals in the United States.

Winton, R. S., Ocampo- Peñuela, N., and Cagle, N. L. 2018. Geo-referencing bird-window collisions for targeted mitigation. Peer J 6:e4215 https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.4215

Hager, S. B., Consentino, B. J. [et al. including Cagle, N. L]. 2017. Continent-wide analysis of how urbanization affects bird-window collision mortality in North America. Biological Conservation 212: 209-215. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2017.06.014

Wittig, T. W., Cagle, N. L., Ocampo- Peñuela, N., Winton, R. S., Zambello, E., and Lichtneger, Z. 2017. Species traits and local abundances affect bird-window collision frequency. Avian Conservation and Ecology 12(1): 17 https://doi.org/10.5751/ACE-01014-120117

Cagle, N. L. 2017. Changes in experiences with nature through the lives of environmentally committed university faculty. Environmental Education Research 24(6): 889-898. https://doi.org/10.1080/13504622.2017.1342116

Cagle, N. L. 2017. Science classrooms as a gateway to comprehensive pedagogy. The Journal of College Science Teaching. 46(3): 8-9.

Hudson, L. N., Newbold, T., Contu, S., Purvis, A. [et al. including Cagle, N. L.]. 2016. The database of the PREDICTS (Projecting Responses of Ecological Diversity in Changing Terrestrial Systems) project. Ecology and Evolution. 7(1): 1-44. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.2579

Cagle, N. L. 2016. “Brake for Snakes.” Voices for Biodiversity. Web 16 May 2016. Available at http://voicesforbiodiversity.org/articles/brake-for-snakes

Ocampo-Peñuela, N., Winton, R. S., Wu, C. J., Zambello, E., Wittig, T. W., and Cagle,  N. L. 2016. Patterns of bird-window collisions inform mitigation on a university campus. PeerJ 4:e1652 https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.1652

Cagle, N. L. 2015. John Madson’s Where the Sky Began: Land of the Tallgrass Prairie. The Journal of Natural History Education and Experience 9: 13-14.

Cagle, N. L. 2013. Evaluating the written materials and use of outside texts in nature centers for environmental education. Applied Environmental Education and Communication Research 12(2): 108-117

Cagle, N. L. 2012. Naturalists as Environmental Leaders: Bringing Natural History from the Past and into the Future pp. 83-94 in Gallagher, D. (ed.) Environmental Leadership: A Reference Manual. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.

Cagle, N. L. 2008. Snake species distributions and temperate grasslands: a case study from the American tallgrass prairie. Biological Conservation 141:744-755.

Cagle, N. L. 2006. Where have all the snakes gone? Goose Lake Prairie Partner’s Own Newsletter. April 2006.

Cagle, N. L. 2005. Snakes alive! Goose Lake Prairie Partner’s Own Newsletter. October 2005.

Flocca, N. L. (maiden name), Coons, J. M., Owen, H. R., Fischer, B. J., and Edgin, B. E. 2004. Germination of Silene regia and Saponaria officinalis following stratification or scarification. Erigenia. 20: 8 – 14.

DeWalt, R. E. and Flocca, N. L. (maiden name) 2000. Caddisfly diversity, abundance, and larval growth in Split Rock Brook of Pecumsaugan Creek and Blackball Mine State Nature. Illinois Natural History Survey Technical Report.  


SELECTED PRESENTATIONS & MEETINGS           

Cagle, N. L (co-organizer). MPE 2013+ Workshop: IT’S NOT EASY BEING GREEN: Employing Citizen Science to Map Reptile and Amphibian Distributions. Groton School, Groton, MA. 17-19 Jun 2018.

Cagle, N. L. Spring songs and mating of Anurans. Sandy Creek Park, Sierra Club, Durham, NC. 20 Apr 2018.

Cagle, N. L. Diversity & Equity in Environmental Programs (DEEP) Community Case Study Workshop. North Carolina Museum of Life and Science, Durham, NC. 19 April 2018.

Cagle, N. L. GALS Science Career Day. Girls of Adventure for Leadership in Science, Durham, NC. 4 Apr 2018.

Cagle, N. L. Diversity & Equity in Environmental Programs (DEEP) Community Workshop. North Carolina Museum of Life and Science, Durham, NC. 21 Feb 2018.

Cagle, N. L. Reptiles. Montessori Community School, Durham, NC. 5 Dec 2017.

Cagle, N. L. Diversity & Equity in Environmental Programs (DEEP) Community Meeting. Duke University, Durham, NC. 17 Nov 2017.

Cagle, N. L. Stream Water Quality in Durham NC. Durham Technical Community College, Durham, NC. 5 Nov 2017.

Cagle, N. L. Shepherd Nature Trail & Sustainability. Duke Forest, Durham, NC. 16 May 2017.

Cagle, N. L. Bison Buddies Guided Nature Hike, National Park Trust, Eno River State Park, Durham, NC. 22 Apr 2017.

Cagle, N. L. Shepherd Nature Trail Grand Opening Guided Tour. Duke Forest, Durham, NC. 15 Apr 2017.

Cagle, N. L. Snake Ecology & Conservation in Illinois. Herpetology Course, Duke University, Durham, NC. 14 Apr 2017.

Cagle, N. L. Environmental Science: Learning & Doing for Harlem-LaCrosse, Duke University, Durham, NC. 12 Apr 2017.

Cagle, N. L. Meet an Ecologist. E.K. Powe Elementary School, Durham, NC. 3 Apr 2017.

Cagle, N. L. Professional Environmental Writing Workshop. Duke University Marine Lab, Beaufort, NC. 27 Mar 2017.

Cagle, N. L. Spring songs and mating of Anurans. Sandy Creek Park, Sierra Club, Durham, NC. 20 Mar 2017.

Cagle, N. L. Enlivenment Series: Epoche and Enlivenment. The Center for Education, Imagination, and the Natural World, Greensboro, NC. 19 February 2017.

Cagle, N. L. Les Arbres. Apex High School, Apex, NC. 1 February 2017.

Cagle, N. L. Snakes, deer, and birds, Oh my! Citizen Science at Duke University. Citizen Science Symposium, Durham, NC. April 16, 2016.

Cagle, N. L. Frog Biodiversity and Global Trade. Disappearing Frogs Project, Museum of Life and Science, Durham, NC. March 17, 2016.

Cagle, N. L. Migrant Birds in Spanish and English. Ellerbe Creek Watershed Association, Durham, NC. March 12, 2016.

Cagle, N. L. Duke Forest Ecology for the Sanderson High School Academy of Finance, Duke University, Durham, NC. December 16, 2015.

Cagle, N. L. The Intimate Lives of Trees and Butterflies. 1st Annual Monarch Festival, Sandy Creek County Park, Durham, NC. October 10, 2015.

Cagle, N. L. Memo Writing. Megatrends, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University. September 1, 2015.

Cagle, N. L. and Childs, S. D. Spring hike through the Duke Forest. Duke University, Durham, NC. April 4, 2015.

Cagle, N. L. Integrative teaching: Exploring a holistic approach to education. Duke Service Learning, Duke University, Durham, NC. April 7, 2015.

Cagle, N. L. Migrant Birds in Spanish and English. Ellerbe Creek Watershed Association, Durham, NC. March 14, 2015.

Cagle, N. L. Spring songs and mating of Anurans at Sandy Creek County Park. Friends of Sandy Creek County Park, Durham, NC. March 14, 2014 and March 26, 2015.

Cagle, N. L. Bridging the Gap: Environmental Science Outreach in Durham. DEL Executive Leadership Institute, Duke University, Durham, NC. January 16, 2014.

Cagle, N. L. Grant Writing. North Carolina Science Leadership Association, Chapel Hill, NC. September 28, 2013.

Cagle, N. L. Planning Daily Classroom Activities. Fellows Training, Thompson Writing Program, Duke University, Durham, NC. August 13, 2013.

Cagle, N. L. Teaching to Different Learning Styles. Certified Interpretive Trainer Workshop, National Association for Interpretation, Bellevue, Nebraska. November 2012.

Cagle, N. L. Writing skills: Making our writing clear, concise, and compelling. DEL-NRC Course, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Bethesda, Maryland. July 30, 2012.

Cagle, N. L. Duke University Natural History Experiential Hike. North American Association for Environmental Education, Raleigh, North Carolina. October 11, 2011.

Cagle, N. L. A Multiscale Analysis of Snake Species-Habitat Relationships in the Tallgrass Prairie. Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, St. Louis, Missouri. July 2007.

Cagle, N. L. Where have all the snakes gone? A landscape-level analysis of snake species distributions in the tallgrass prairie at the North Carolina Herpetology Society Spring Meeting, Grandfather Mountain, North Carolina. May 12, 2007.

Cagle, N. L. Habitat classification and conservation practice: matching ecological and statistical models. NASA-MSU Symposium at the U.S. Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology, Tuscon, Arizona. April 10, 2007. 

Cagle, N. L. The future of prairie snakes: diversity and survival. University of St. Francis, 1st Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie Symposium: 10 years of progress in restoration and research at Midewin, Joliet, Illinois. August 24, 2006.

Cagle, N. L. Snakes of North Carolina. Duke University, Duke Osher Institute for Lifelong Learning, Topics in Environmental Sciences, Durham, North Carolina. February 2006.

Cagle, N. L. Gardening with native plants: the importance of native plants in urban landscapes. Duke University, Nicholas School of the Environment Environmental Workshop, Durham, North Carolina. April 11, 2005.

Cagle, N. L. Snakes: History, Attitudes, and Conservation. Boy Scout Troop 412, Trinity Avenue Presbyterian Church, Durham, North Carolina. March 14, 2005.

Cagle, N. L. and South Doyle High School students. Results of stream chemistry and macroinvertebrate inventory for Stock Creek. Stock Creek Watershed town meeting, Knoxville, Tennessee. April 8, 2003.

Flocca, N. L. (maiden name) and R. E. DeWalt. Caddisfly diversity, abundance, and larval growth in Split Rock Brook of Pecumsaugan Creek and Blackball Mine State Nature Preserve. University of Illinois, Environmental Horizons Conference, Urbana, Illinois. April 1 and 2, 2002.


PROFESSIONAL SERVICE          

Faculty Diversity & Inclusion Advisory Committee, Duke University, Durham, NC  –2018 to present

Faculty Advisor, Wild Ones, Duke University, Durham, NC  –2016 to present

Faculty Advisor, Duke Sustainability Board, Duke University, Durham, NC –2015 to present

Faculty Advisor, Green Roof and Orchard Workforce, Duke University, Durham, NC- 2015 to present

Faculty Fellow DukeEngage Thailand, Duke University, Durham, NC –2015 to present

Duke Forest Advisory Committee, Duke University, Durham, NC  -2014 to present

Faculty Advisor, NicNats, Duke University, Durham, NC  -2013 to present

Committee Member, Governor’s School Selection Committee, Durham Public Schools, NC -2016 to 2017  

Faculty Advisor, Campus Keepers, Duke University, Durham, NC -2016 to 2017

CIT Visit a Classroom Program, Duke University, Durham, NC -2016 to 2017

Faculty Reader, Department of Biology, Duke University, Durham, NC -2015 to 2016

North Carolina Wildlife Road Crossings Working Group, Wildlands Network, Durham NC  -2015 to 2017

Shepherd Nature Trail Sign Creation, Duke Forest, Durham NC -2015 to 2017

Ad Hoc Stewardship Advisory Committee, Duke University, Durham, NC  –2015 to 2017

Faculty Reviewer DukeEngage Independent Projects, Duke University, Durham, NC –2015 to 2017

Natural Resource Subcommittee Faculty Representative, Duke University, Durham, NC -2014 to 2017

Independent Study Advisor (undergraduate), Duke University, Durham, NC -2014 to 2016

National Science Teachers Association Book Reviewer, NSTA, Arlington, VA -2014 to 2018

Awards Committee Chair, North Carolina Science Leadership Association, NC -2014 to 2017

Robertson Scholar Exploration Project Mentor, Duke University, Durham, NC -2014 to 2017

Group MP Committee, Duke University, Durham, NC – 2014 to 2016

Graduation with Distinction Advisor, Duke University, Durham, NC -2014 to 2015

Director of 1st Year Writing GSIs, TWP, Duke University, Durham, NC -2013

Search Committee, Thompson Writing Program, Duke University, Durham, NC -2012 to 2013

Graduate Student Instructor Mentor, TWP, Duke University, Durham, NC – 2012 to 2013

Independent Study Mentor, DEL-MEM, Nicholas School, Duke University, Durham, NC -2012 to 2013

Faculty Mentor for DukeEngage, Duke University, Durham, NC -2011 to 2012

Speakers Committee, Thompson Writing Program, Duke University, Durham, NC  -2011 to 2012

Assessment Committee, Thompson Writing Program, Duke University, Durham, NC -2011 to 2011

Professional Memberships: National Association for Interpreters (2012 – present), North Carolina Environmental Education Association (2004 -present), North Carolina Science Leadership Association (2012 – 2018), Triangle Society for Conservation Biology (2008 – 2010), North Carolina Herpetological Society (2004 – 2010), Duke Natural History Society (2003 – 2010), American Association for the Advancement of Science (2008 – 2009), Chicago Herpetological Society (2003 – 2005), Society for the Study of Amphibians & Reptiles (2004 – 2008), American Society of Ichthyologists & Herpetologists (2003 – 2008)

Journal Referee: Acta Oecologia, Biological Conservation, Conservation Letters, Copeia, Environmental Education Research, Herpetological Journal, Journal of Applied Ecology, Journal of Herpetology, Wetlands


COMMUNITY SERVICE               

Board of Directors, Our Wild Neighbors Rehabilitation Center, Hillsborough, NC – 2017 to present

Guide, Signage, & Monitoring Volunteer, Sandy Creek Park, Durham, NC -2014 to present

Volunteer & Natural History Writer, Ellerbe Creek Watershed Association, Durham, NC -2008 to present

Turtle Tracking Volunteer, Piedmont Wildlife Center, Durham, NC -2014 to 2016

Independent Study Mentor , North Carolina Botanical Garden, Chapel Hill, NC -2010 to 2013

Board Member & Science Adviser, Schoolhouse of Wonder, Durham, NC -2008 to 2010

Invited Guest Lecturer and Mentor, NC School of Science and Math, Durham, NC -2007 to 2008

Sea Turtle Rehabilitator Volunteer, Hidden Harbor Hospital, Marathon, FL -2003

Animal Care Volunteer, Anita Purves Nature Center, Urbana, IL -1999 to 2001


RECENT MEDIA APPEARANCES & COVERAGE              

  • Urban Wildlife Podcast: City Lights of Doom (on Bird Window Collisions) (released 2 May 2018)
  • Collaboration + Good Coffee = Connected Science Learning Success: Coverage on course collaboration with local community organizations (published 15 May 2017)
  • TV Interview, WRAL, Durham, NC: Research on bird-window collisions at Duke (aired 24 June 2015)
  • Newspaper Interview, The News & Observer (and affiliates), Raleigh, NC: Research on bird-window collisions at Duke (published 17 June 2015)
  • TV Interview, WNCN, Durham, NC: Research on bird-window collisions at Duke (aired 23 May 2015)
  • Newspaper Interview, The Chronicle (Duke), Durham, NC: Research on bird-window collisions at Duke (published 22 May 2015)
  • Radio Interview, WUNC The State of Things, Durham, NC: Ecology of the Ellerbe Creek Watershed (aired September 2014)
  • Radio Interview, Getting Dirty with Durham County Master Gardeners, Durham, NC: Soil ecology for gardeners (aired August 2014)

MASTER’S PROJECTS ADVISED             

  • Matthew Brantley, Sunny Qiao, and Charles Mize. (in progress). Risk of Development GIS Modeling to Identify Parcels for Conservation in North Carolina, USA. Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
  • Emma Fulop & Bhargavi Karumuri. (in progress). Network and Landscape Analyses of Diversity Organizations in Durham, NC. Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
  • Julia Geschke. (in progress). Modeling Salamander Habitat in the Duke Forest. Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
  • Laura Bader, Daniel Hickey, Michelle Kaiser, & Sarah Sanford. (2018). Urban Forest Planning for the Forest History Society. Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
  • Caitlyn Cooper. (2018). Lemur Species-Habitat Relationships at Multiple Scales in Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar. Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
  • Shane O’Neal. (2018). A Comprehensive Assessment of Red Wolf Reintroduction Sites. Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
  • Sarah Hagan. (2017). Effects of Stand Attributes in Evaluating Even-aged Loblolly Pine Volume with LiDAR. Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
  • Erika Reiter. (2017). The Whale Community of Husavik: Examining Perceptions & Experiences Surrounding Whale Ecotourism & Conservation. Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
  • Renee Kramer, Hannah Palmer-Dwore, & Peter Satin. (2017). Developing an Alternative Approach to Wildlife Management in the Duke Forest. Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
  • Conor Makepeace. (2017). Assessment of Avifauna in North Carolina Piedmont Prairies. Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
  • Diego Calderon-Arrieta. (2017). Evaluating Current Attitudes towards Snakes in the Nicholas School of the Environment’s (NSOE) Environmental Master’s Student Community. Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
  • Michael Asch, Gregory Cooper & Anne Liberti. (2016). Replanting Durham’s Urban Forest (Client: City of Durham). Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
  • Patrick Smerczynski & Hunterr Payeur. (2016). Identifying Forest Management Scale Variables to Manage White-Tailed Deer (Odocoileus virginianus) in Duke Forest, North Carolina (Client: Duke Forest). Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
  • Charlene Wu. (2015). Examining Urban Wildlife Conservation and Green Space Development Opportunities for Triangle Land Conservancy. Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
  • Nicholas Gadri. (2015). Kingdon’s Multiple Streams odel and the Inclusion of Energy Title IX in the 2002 Farm Bill. Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
  • Lisa Appel. (2015). Stakeholder Analysis for Pollinator Conservation in Oakland County Parks. Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
  • Wenjia Zhu & Wenting Ye. (2015). BASF Agricultural Solutions: Sustainability of grounds and landscaping at Durham, NC Facility (Client: BASF). Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
  • Chaquetta Greene. (2013). Duke University and the Nicholas School of the Environment: Encouraging Today’s Youth through Environmental Education. Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.

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