New Director for the Centre for Applied Conservation Science

We are delighted to announce that Associate Professor Phill Cassey succeeded directorship of the Centre for Applied Conservation Science (established in 2016).

Phill is a world-acclaimed Conservation Biologist in the School of Biological Sciences at The Adelaide University, with the Environment Institute. He intends to develop the Centre as a research hub for global conservation of biodiversity, and to continue to fulfil the Centre’s mission to foster and coalesce engagements between the University of Adelaide and Conservation International.

We wish him the very best in his new role.

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