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Alana Shaw

Alana uses an environmental justice framework to draw out the colonial politics of nature that inform the economic and political positioning of the Iñupiaq village of Wainwright, Alaska.

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Walker DePuy

Walker's research centers on the politics of conservation in human-inclusive landscapes.

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Sara Heisel

Through her research, Sara strives to understand the genetic, physiologic, and anthropogenic threats to Grevy’s zebra conservation in central and northern Kenya.

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Adam Clause

Adam's research focuses on the spatial ecology and conservation biology of alligator lizards in Mexico and California—within the context of social attitudes toward those lizards and their cohabited landscapes.

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Students share experiences

Watch our promo video to learn more about the Integrative Conservation Ph.D. Program and to hear what students think about the program and what it means to be integrative.

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Upcoming Events

Jun
20
Mon
2016
9:00 am ICON Dissertation Defense: Dean ... @ Geography-Geology Building, Room 147
ICON Dissertation Defense: Dean ... @ Geography-Geology Building, Room 147
Jun 20 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
“Rough Seas Ahead: Navigating the Inequalities of Future Sea-Level Rise” Dean Hardy, PhD Candidate, ICON & Geography Committee members: Marguerite Madden (Chair), Pete Brosius, Nate Nibbelink, Jennifer Rice, and Marshall Shepherd.
Aug
20
Sat
2016
3:00 pm ICON Program Orientation @ TBD
ICON Program Orientation @ TBD
Aug 20 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
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