Michelle Evans, PhD student in Integrative Conservation and Ecology, recently received a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, which will support her work examining mosquito competition between invasive species across an urban gradient in Athens, GA. Mosquito-borne diseases, such as … More ›
The National Science Foundation’s Geography and Spatial Sciences Program recently awarded a Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement (DDRI) grant to ICON & Geography student, Dean Hardy, for his proposal titled, “Doctoral Dissertation Research: Mapping Socioeconomic Vulnerabilities to Coastal Hazards.” His research … More ›
We want to commend Kristen Lear for being awarded a Graduate Research Fellowship from NSF! Kristen is a new student in the ICON and Forestry & Natural Resources PhD program. The title of her proposed project is “Ecosystem Services and … More ›
Congratulations to ICON and Geography student Levi Van Sant who has been awarded a Doctoral Dissertation Research Award from the National Science Foundation for his Dissertation project titled “When Local Comes to Town: From Truck Farming to Local Food Systems … More ›
Sara Heisel, ICON and Ecology student – along with Ecology doctoral students Dara Satterfield and Sarah Budischak- was awarded second place in the National Science Foundation Innovation in Graduate Education Challenge this past summer. Click here to read the full story.
Jon Hallemeier, first year student in the Anthropology and ICON program, received NSF honorable mention; this accolade provides Jon with research access to the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment for the upcoming year. Click here for the UGA news release. … More ›