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May 2024

Small canoe-like fishing boats pulled up on a shoreline.

Cornell's Dr. Kathryn Fiorella researches how changes in the environment affect the well-being, economic stability, and food security of communities, with a focus on global fisheries.
Announcing launch of K. Lisa Yang Wildlife Health Fellows program


Check out this new opportunity for our next generation of wildlife health / One Health leaders!
A student at work in the lab.

Ever wonder what happens with our students after they are done working/learning with the Cornell Wildlife Health Lab? Well, we keep in touch and follow their journey beyond CWHL. Here's a look at what a few of our wildlife students have planned next.
Victoria Campbell, whose day job is as digital content manager at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, also runs Wild Things Sanctuary, which specializes in caring for bats. Photo by Jason Koski/Cornell University

By day, Victoria Campbell is digital content manager at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, working on the lab’s websites and social media. But in her free time – every moment of it – she’s a devoted caretaker to bats in need.
The Transformative Power of Art in Wildlife Conservation with Brett Blumenthal collage.


Cornell alumna Brett Blumenthal BArch ’96, MBA ’04, gave an inspiring talk on "The Transformative Power of Art in Wildlife Conservation," hosted by the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, the Cornell K. Lisa Yang Center for Wildlife Health, and the Zoo and Wildlife Society.