McNulty Named "Most Distinguished" in Forest Science

McNulty Named

Eastern Threat Center research ecologist Steve McNulty recently received the Forest Service national Research and Development "Distinguished Science Award." He is recognized for sustained research productivity, proactive science technology, innovative leadership, applied forest science, and longtime federal service. "I'm deeply honored to receive the Forest Service distinguished science award," says McNulty, a 21-year career scientist based in Raleigh, NC, who has written more than 150 scientific papers and given hundreds of scientific presentations. "Forest science positively impacts some of society's most significant environmental issues, including climate change, water supply, and timber production. I value collaborating with a team of public, private, and university partners who are on the cutting-edge of science exploration and discovery." Read more in CompassLive...

Pictured: Steve McNulty accepted the Distinguished Science Award during a ceremony on February 12 in Arlington, VA. Pictured left to right: Jim Reaves, Forest Service Deputy Chief of Research and Development; Steve McNulty; and Rob Doudrick, Southern Research Station Director.


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