Our current white-nose syndrome research has been featured in National Geographic,
detailing our latest grant award from Bats for the Future Fund, and our upcoming collaboration
with Texas A&M University to test...
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit
that supports conservation efforts, and is currently the nation's largest private
The Bats for the Future Fund was launched in the fall of 2016 to provide...
The Wildlife Society is a national organization comprised of nearly 10,000 scientists,
academics, managers, and consultants who engage in wildlife related studies. Among
them, is the Georgia chapter of The Wildlife Society dedicated to wildlife conservation,
education, and research in the state. This chapter meets annually to...
The Summer 2018 edition of Kennesaw State University's Graduate College Magazine was
just released. Among other great students, our very own Kelly Lutsch was featured.
"Kelly Lutsch, graduate student in the Master of Science in Integrative Biology program,
is working with...
Co-sponsored by the Undergraduate Research Club and the Office of Undergraduate Research,
the Symposium of Student Scholars is an event to showcase student scholarship conducted
at KSU during...
On February 28th, with the aid of the Gerogia Department of Natural Resources, we
conducted the post-winter bat population survey for our second year at Black Diamond
Tunnel. This site is where we've been conducting treatment trials...
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Small Grants Program recently awarded Dr. Chris
Cornelison and Katrina Morris $30,000 to investigate bat habitats in Georgia bridges
and culverts. This research...
Brooke Warres was recently awarded an Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities
(URCA) grant in the amount of $700. Brooke is a biology major, in persuit of a Bachelor
of Science degree. She...
A review article by Kyle Gabriel and coauthors D. Joseph Sexton and Christopher Cornelison
was published January 28th, 2018 in the Journal of Applied Microbiology. In it, novel
methods for mitigating emerging fungal pathogens are...
Michael Monsees was recently awarded an Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities
(URCA) grant in the amount of $700. Michael is in his last year studying chemistry,
in pursuit of a Bachelor of Science degree. He...
Seeking new model of pipeline partnership, Williams funds Ga. wildlife research Reprinted
from S&P Global Market Intelligence “A major natural gas pipeline company is bankrolling
research in Georgia in an attempt to defeat a disease that is destroying bat populations,…
Mark Trail, a newspaper comic strip created by the American cartoonist Ed Dodd, recently
featured our bat white-nose syndrome research. See it on comicskingdom.com.