biological sciences

National Geographic features Cedar Point photo; Lewis, Spaulding, Madrigal earn honors

Humphrey Kalibo, geography doctoral student, recently attended the 24th International Union of Forest Research Organizations World Congress held in Salt Lake City. He was among seven official bloggers selected to cover the event's technical sessions and sub-plenary meetings. Others featured in this Achievements column include Beth Lewis, Will Spaulding, Leilani Madrigal and parasitology research at Cedar Point Biological Station.

In recent weeks, UNL’s Paul Johnsgard has published three new books. The ornithologist and emeritus professor of biological sciences has now published 61 books. Johnsgard's three recent publications are, "Yellowstone Wildlife: Ecology and Natural History of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem," "Bird and Birding in the Bighorn Mountains Region of Wyoming," and "The Birds of Nebraska."