Undergraduate honors student, Matthew Mendelsohn, was profiled in the Emory News Center for his work on biofilm inhibitors for antibiotic resistant S. aureus. Congrats Matt! “Human health student fights back against bacteria with research”. Emory News Center, 4/2017
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“Volver a la Botánica” is a profile on Dr. Quave’s research, circulated in print in Mexico’s Spanish language magazine Valor for the December 2016/January 2017 issue.
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…
Read the full article here: From the field to the Emory Herbarium: How knowledge of nature blooms
Dr. Quave presented a motivational keynote speech at the Etowah High School Academic Letter and Lamp of Knowledge Ceremony in Woodstock, GA. At the request of some members of the audience, the full text of the speech is published below: Aspirations for Greatness Cassandra L. Quave, October 2015 Students, you…
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Congratulations to our students on their excellent work in botanical research this summer! Today, they presented the results of their studies at the Emory SURE Research Symposium. Photo updates are available on Dr. Quave’s Facebook and Twitter pages!
Pictures from our annual hike and picnic are posted here. We had a great time exploring the beautiful rare (and even endangered species) of Arabia Mountain preserve.
Attention Emory students: The syllabus for HLTH440: Botanical Medicine and Health is now available here. More info on the course can also be found on the etnobotanica.us website here.