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Shannon Bonney

Shannon’s research focuses on the management of river basins in transboundary contexts that experience periodic water scarcity.

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Jillian Howard

Jillian studies salamander population dynamics to predict habitat suitability across Macon County, North Carolina, and combines this work with participatory mapping research to understand how people value forest land in the County.

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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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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

Dec
6
Tue
2016
all-day 2016 Sustainability Symposium @ TBD
2016 Sustainability Symposium @ TBD
Dec 6 all-day
We are pleased to announce the first ever Sustainability Summit at UGA to be held on Tuesday, December 6, 2016 in the Jackson St. Building (located on UGA’s North Campus at 285 S. Jackson St. Athens, GA 30602). This day-long event ... More ›
Dec
7
Wed
2016
9:30 am Rachel Will Dissertation Proposa... @ Geography-Geology Building room 216
Rachel Will Dissertation Proposa... @ Geography-Geology Building room 216
Dec 7 @ 9:30 am – 10:30 am
ICON & Geography PhD student Rachel Will defends her dissertation proposal titled “The Greening of Atlanta: Technocratic Subjectivities and Urban Ecological Indicators on the Atlanta BeltLine” on Wednesday, December 7, at 9:30am in Geog/Geol room 216. Rachel’s committee members are ... More ›

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