Monthly Archives: May 2015

We are in the news! – Duke’s The Chronicle

Duke University’s The Chronicle had an article out today featuring our group’s work in documenting and preventing bird-window collisions. Our project now has more attention from students, faculty, staff, and the administration. By collecting quality data, we are informing which buildings are most dangerous, and should be retrofitted, and the magnitude of this issue at Duke. When comparing Duke’s collision data with other 44 North American campuses, Duke came first. We have more collisions than any other campus, but we are soon going to change that!

Read on!