Colorado State University professor Diana Wall is the first female professor from CSU to be elected to the National Academy of Sciences for her achievements. Wall, a University Distinguished Professor, is the eleventh CSU faculty member to be elected to the prestigious honorary society. Wall is the director of the School of Global Environment Sustainability and a biology professor. She is also a renowned soil ecologist who has conducted extensive research in Antarctica since 1989. In fact, a valley on the continent is named after her. KUNC's Stephanie Daniel interviewed Diana Wall to learn more about her research and this prestigious award. Interview Highlights On her soil research: Diana Wall: I started studying soil animals, nematodes - little...
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Soil Scientist Becomes First Female CSU Professor Elected Into National Honor Society