April 30, 2019
IGC Fellows impress at the 4th Annual IGC Research Symposium

The Fourth Annual Interfaces of Global Change (IGC) Graduate Research Symposium was held on April 25, 2019 in Fralin Hall. The gathering provides a forum for students and faculty to interact and explore connections between labs across campus. The ...

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Faculty: American Wind Wildlife Institute RFP

The fund invites proposals for research projects of high scientific caliber with the potential to improve risk and impact assessment, siting and operational decisions, and compensatory mitigation efforts for species of concern as defined in the USFWS Land-Based Wind Energy Guidelines.

*Please contact Adam Short (University Advancement) if interested

DEADLINE: May 20, 2019

Fellows: New $2,000 Fellowship from The Barn Group Land Trust

The first annual The Barn Group Fellowship for graduate students will grant awards of $2000, $1500 and $1000. The Fellowship encourages participants to explore the benefits of land conservation especially on private land and is open to graduate students of the natural sciences or related fields. 

DEADLINE: June 6, 2019

EEB Amy Zanne , George Washington University - Death and decay: drivers of wood deconstruction
Thursday, 5/2 at 3:30 pm
4069 Derring Hall
CEE : G.V. Loganathan Distinguished Lecture - Michael Kavanaugh , Senior Principal of Geosyntec Consultants, Inc.
Friday, 5/3 at 3:30 pm
190 Goodwin Hall - Quillen Auditorium; reception to follow in the atrium
GEOS : Jeroen Tromp , Princeton University - Imaging the Earth using petascale computing
Friday, 5/3 at 3:30 pm
4069 Derring Hall ; refreshments to follow in Derring 4045
Dr. Mark Barrow - History

Mark Barrow's research and teaching lie at the intersection of the history of biology (especially natural history and conservation biology), environmental history, and cultural history, particularly in the American context. His first book, A...

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Maya Wilson - Biological Sciences

Maya joined the Walters lab in Fall 2014. Her graduate research has focused on the Bahama Swallow (Tachycineta cyaneoviridis), an endangered species that breeds on only three islands in the northern Bahamas. Maya is investigating the ecology and...

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A system-of-systems framework to unify knowledge across disciplines
VT NEWS | With the goal of reconnecting fragmented knowledge, GCC Faculty affiliate John Little and his colleagues have developed a tiered, system-of-systems framework to help solve complex socio-environmental problems by incorporating models from a variety of disciplines.

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