Scientist works to protect Montana’s stream ecosystems into the future. Lake County Leader, Montana, March 2020.
Featured Alumnus on the blog of the Goodwin Niering center for the Environment at Connecticut College. Charles van Rees (Class of ’10) shares his research on Hawaiian Gallinules. April 2018.
Interviewed for KGMB Hawaii News Now on World Wetlands Day, February 2018
Article in Honolulu Star Advertiser: Urban wetlands play key role in sustaining communities. January 2018.
2017 Article in Conservation Council for Hawaii’s Kolea Newsletter: Disney Conservation Fund Grant to Protect Endangered ‘Alae ‘Ula.
Featured in East Oahu Voice article Disney Gives Waterbird A Boost, August 2017
Featured Scientist on “SciComm Mondays” science outreach periscope & podcast, February 2017
Guest Scientist on “Eating Wisely”, nutrition and health podcast with Dr. Leland Stillman, November 2016
Lecture at Hanauma Bay State Park, “Sundays at the Bay” Outreach talks:
Tracking the Fire Thief: The Movement behavior of the ‘Alae ‘ula, July 2016
Featured on the blog of Kaelepulu Wetland Bird Preserve. June 2016.
Guest on the `Olelo channel local access program “Maunalua: Past, Present, and Future”
- Episode 63, A Big Year for Alae ula and Company, August 2017
- Episode 52, “The ‘Alae ‘ula and Charles van Rees“, June 2016
- Episode 45, “Tracking O’ahu’s Waterbirds“, September 2015
- Episode 44,”The Hawaiian moorhen, ‘Alae ‘ula“, September 2015
- Episode 34, “Stewarding Keawawa wetland, The ‘Alae ‘ula“, September 2014
2015 Article in Conservation Council for Hawaii’s Kolea Newsletter: Kokua Needed to Track Elusive ‘Alae ‘ula
Featured in “Campbell’s Coup“, by Mary Vorsino, in Hawaii Magazine’s September/October 2014 edition.
Featured in Tufts University Graduate School of Arts & Sciences Newsletter, as Graduate Student in Focus, November 2014
Guest Storyteller on The Story Collider Boston, January 2014, “Suffering for Science“