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Shannon Bonney


Shannon Bonney is a PhD Candidate in Integrative Conservation and Ecology. She completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in Ecology and Sustainable Development at Green Mountain College in 2007. After completing a self-designed major at Green Mountain College where she … More ›

Jillian Howard


Jillian Howard is a PhD student in Integrative Conservation and Forestry. She completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology at the University of California, Davis, in 2012. Jillian came to the ICON program with a … More ›

Alana Shaw


Alana Shaw is a PhD Candidate in Integrative Conservation and Geography and she is also earning a Graduate Certificate in Native American Studies. Her research is based in the Native village of Wainwright, Alaska. Wainwright’s proximity to Shell’s recently abandoned … More ›

Walker DePuy


Walker DePuy is a Ph.D. student in Integrative Conservation (ICON) and Anthropology.  From earlier graduate work to today, his research centers on the politics of conservation in human-inclusive landscapes.  More broadly, he is interested in the role anthropology can play … More ›

Featured Student: Sara Heisel


Sara Heisel

Sara Heisel is a PhD candidate in the Odum School of Ecology and Integrative Conservation Program. For her PhD she is studying Grevy’s zebra. Grevy’s zebra are considered endangered as there are only 2,500 of these animals left in the … More ›

Featured Student: Adam Clause


Adam Clause earned his bachelor’s degree in Ecology, Evolution and Biodiversity at the University of California, Davis. After working as a research technician in the H. Bradley Shaffer lab at UC Davis, he began his Ph.D. in the ICON program … More ›

Featured Student: Caitlin Mertzlufft


Caitlin Mertzlufft is a second year PhD student in Integrative Conservation and Geography. With a background in both geography and public health, her research focuses on the spread and distribution of diseases that are transmissible between humans and other species … More ›

Featured Student: Emily Horton


Emily Horton is an Integrative Conservation (ICON) PhD student through the University of Georgia’s Department of Ecological and Environmental Anthropology. She is broadly interested in the socioecological dimensions of small-scale fisheries governance in a marine protected area in Northeastern Brazil. … More ›

ICON student’s paper chosen for AAG Kasperson Award


Dean Hardy

“Racialized understandings of vulnerability to sea-level rise: Early dispatches from the field” written by Dean Hardy, ICON & Geography student, was selected to be featured during a Hazards, Risks, and Disasters Specialty Group special session at the 2015 Association of American Geographers conference … More ›