Quave gives input on new ways to inspire students about botany

In the latest issue of Native Plant News, Dr. Quave’s research and writing on innovative ways to engage students in botany is featured. Quave encourages the use of tools from ethnobotany to engage students with the natural world: “The biggest ‘ah-ha’ moments come when [students] start to recognize their own…

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Help save the Emory Herbarium rare plants collection!

Dear friends of the Emory University Herbarium: We have some exciting things happening at the Emory University Herbarium! Our mission is to serve as a botanical research and educational resource for the Emory University and global community. We aim to foster understanding of the human-nature interface by collecting, preserving, researching…

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Special Lecture on Poisonous Plants on March 1st! FREE Tickets

Deadly Cures: Medical Discoveries from Poisonous Plants Emory Herbarium Curator, Dr. Quave, will be giving a special free public lecture “Deadly Cures: Medical Discoveries from Poisonous Plants” on March 1st at 4 pm at Fernbank Museum of Natural History. We’ll also have an educational outreach event before the talk, with displays…

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