Dr. Diana H. Wall, University Distinguished Professor, Professor of Biology,  Senior Research Scientist in the Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, and Director of the School of Global Environmental Sustainability, and now elected member of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.  A well-deserved honor for her work on global ecosystems and policy, especially for her long-term research of the extreme, and changing, soil ecosystems of the dry valleys of Antarctica.

See Dr. Wall’s research page here:


And a full article about her NAS election from Colorado State’s Source here:


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