Wooden fence.

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Migrations grants fund worldwide interdisciplinary projects
Funded projects this cycle reflect the Migrations initiative’s interdisciplinary priorities of racism, dispossession and migration in the United States and international, multispecies migration.
  • Lab of Ornithology
  • Department of Global Development
  • Natural Resources and the Environment
A tarantula

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A survey has found that endangered and threatened insects and spiders, as well as common species that provide valuable ecological services, can be easily purchased – without adequate oversight – through basic internet searches, according to a new Cornell study.
  • Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
  • Department of Entomology
  • Natural Resources and the Environment
Hasta plant

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Three teams have been awarded Public Issue Network Grants, providing up to $30,000 in funding for each project over three years. The grants support faculty, staff, students, alumni and community partners as they weave broader, more effective networks of potential collaborators, coordinate resources and increase the impact of their work on a particular social issue.
  • Cornell Cooperative Extension
  • Department of Global Development
  • Natural Resources and the Environment
James Watkins works on a boat on Lake Ontario

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Cornell received the grant to continue efforts to monitor and research the lower part of the food web, particularly zooplankton like Mysis and benthic invertebrates.
  • Natural Resources and the Environment
  • Water
  • Ecosystems
Instructor Marc Goebel and students standing outside in a river while talking

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Instructors Marc Goebel and Kira Treibergs work to ensure that students in Introductory Field Biology (NTRES 2100) have a collaborative learning experience. Student teams build confidence through collaborating on field research and learning to read the landscape.
  • Natural Resources and the Environment
  • Environment
  • Nature