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Meg Lowman

Top state museum scientist leaving Nature Research Center :: WRAL.com

Meg Lowman, a biologist and ecologist widely known as "Canopy Meg" for her research in forest treetops, is resigning as director of academic partnerships and global initiatives at the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences to take a job at the California Academy of Sciences in San ...

RALEIGH: “Canopy” Meg Lowman leaving NC Museum of Natural Sciences

RALEIGH — Meg Lowman, the scientist who oversaw the creation of the $56 million Nature Research Center at the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences, will leave soon to take a job at The California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco. Lowman, who earned the nickname “Canopy Meg” in ...

RALEIGH: Star scientist out as head of Nature Research Center

RALEIGH — The Nature Research Center, North Carolina’s top visitors attraction, is undergoing a reorganization with its high profile director, star scientist Meg Lowman, shifting to a different role. Emlyn Koster, director of the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences, said the research center ...

Social science :: North Carolina State University

“The overarching goal of the center is to blend new technologies with real collections of the existing museum to inspire the next generation of scientists,” says Dr. Meg Lowman, director of the NRC. “NC State and the museum have a shared mission of promoting science, technology...

N.C. mussels might be on the brink

Meg Lowman, an N.C. State University professor and forest canopy expert, directs the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences’ Nature Research Center. Online: www.canopymeg.com...

State budget brings uncertainty to N.C. Forestry Museum in Whiteville

The space also holds two traveling exhibits: “A Forest Journey: The Role of Wood in the Development of Civilization,” on the history and use of wood throughout the world, and a rainforest exhibit developed by Meg Lowman, director of the Nature Research Center at the Museum of Natural ...

Broadband produces 'Big Thinking' in North Carolina

Meg Lowman, director of the Nature Research Center at the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences, showcased how connectivity is aiding in research projects all over the world. Mladen Vouk, associate vice provost for IT at N.C. State University, talked about the exciting work to virtualize ...

NCSU scientist inspired by life in the treetops

Tags: scitech | Meg Lowman | Nature Research Center | N.C. STate University Margaret Lowman is part Jungle Jane and part mom next door. School kids call her Canopy Meg. She's an internationally renowned tropical ecologist who has studied forest canopies on five continents. She is ...

Treetop explorer named Andrews recipient

Meg Lowman, the world’s leading forest canopy explorer, has been selected as the recipient of the 2014 Roy Chapman Andrews Society’s Distinguished Explorer Award. Lowman will discuss her research and discoveries regarding forest ecosystems and biodiversity during an award ...

Lowman, Cooke will be missed around Raleigh

Perhaps it was only a matter of time until Meg Lowman left Raleigh for career advancement. Still, it’s hard to see the former director of the Nature Research Center, at the state Museum of Natural Sciences, depart for California. Lowman, a biologist with a national reputation...

Lowman: Helper becomes an invader

By Meg Lowman

Meg Lowman, a longtime Sarasota-based scientist and educator, is chief of science and sustainability at the California Academy of Sciences. The best time to plant a tree is twenty years ago. The next best time is now.-- African proverbI am swallowing mouthfuls of dust ...

RALEIGH: Change in roles set stage for NC science museum scientist Meg Lowman’s departure

Museum of Natural Sciences, Meg Lowman won fans with an accessible advocacy for science, and she became one of the museum’s public faces. By the end of the year, her office will be packed and her tenure at the museum over. Lowman was tempted away first and foremost by a big new ...

California Academy of Sciences Selects Dr. Meg Lowman as Inaugural Chief of Science and Sustainabili...

California Academy of Sciences Selects Dr. Meg Lowman as Inaugural Chief of Science and Sustainability Home → ANNOUNCEMENTS → California Academy of Sciences Selects Dr. Meg Lowman as Inaugural Chief of Science and Sustainability Photo by Carlton Ward Jr. SAN FRANCISCO (November ...

Meg Lowman: Connecting families to nature

By Meg Lowman

Meg Lowman, a longtime Sarasota-based scientist and educator, is director of the Nature Research Center at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences and research professor at North Carolina State University. Email: meg.lowman@ncdenr.gov "Those who contemplate the beauty of the ...

How I Climb Trees to Save Forests: Meg Lowman at TEDxNCSSM

How I Climb Trees to Save Forests: Meg Lowman at TEDxNCSSM Home → MULTIMEDIA → How I Climb Trees to Save Forests: Meg Lowman at TEDxNCSSM The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics hosted “TEDxNCSSM” on April 13, 2013 as a celebration of human achievement and experience ...

Dr. Margaret D. Lowman named Distinguished Explorer Award recipient for 2014

The Chief of Science & Sustainability at the California Academy of Sciences, Meg Lowman has just been named the Distinguished Explorer Award recipient for 2014. Meg Lowman will visit Beloit April 11th 2014 to receive the Roy Chapman Andrews Society’s Distinguished Explorer Award. ...

Lowman: Tiny things run the world

By Meg Lowman

Meg Lowman, a longtime Sarasota-based scientist and educator, is chief of science and sustainability at the California Academy of Sciences. Email: mlowman@calacademy.org A scientist in his laboratory is not a mere technician; he is a child confronting natural phenomena that impress ...

Lowman: Sustainable drinkables

By Meg Lowman

Meg Lowman, a longtime Sarasota-based scientist and educator, is director of the Nature Research Center at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences and research professor at North Carolina State University. Email: meg.lowman@ncdenr.gov An emerging community of "vinecologists" ...

More tumult at natural sciences museum

Rosborough was recruited by former museum director Betsy Bennett and recommended by Meg Lowman, a leading scientist and former director of the Nature Research Center. “I had a splendid first year,” Rosborough told the INDY. However, after Koster became museum director in January 2013, he ...

Rebecca Tripp’s essay about her REU Canopy Explorers experience

Funded by the National Science Foundation, this REU (Research Experiences for Undergraduates) was spearheaded by Doctors Meg Lowman, William Miller and Elzie McCord, three scientists who, fortunately for me and one other student, had the foresight to recognize that a wheelchair does not ...

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