While bee supporters everywhere celebrated World Bee Day on May 20, 2020, faculty members at Appalachian State University created a "buzz" with their bee-supporting research.
Triangle-based News & Observer and WRAL TechWire published stories that featured the work of the researchers, whose work helps Appalachian's Center for Analytics Research & Education (CARE) use analytics for social good.
The News & Observer's article is entitled SAS creates tools to help count world's bee population and monitor for murder hornets.
About the Center for Analytics Research and Education (CARE)
The Center for Analytics Research and Education is housed within the Walker College of Business at Appalachian State University. The mission of CARE is to engage and utilize the knowledge of students, faculty and staff to help promote prosocial behavioral change within organizations and society. Specifically, CARE uses big data and analytics for research in sustainability, education, economic development, human resources science, and health and wellness. Learn more at https://care.appstate.edu.