Drawn to action

Henry Adams, BS ’15, is combining his ecological knowledge and artistic talent to raise funds for COVID-19 relief.

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Can the course of the pandemic be predicted?

Prof. John Drake gave a talk, “Can the course of the epidemic be predicted?” for UGA’s “Ask Me Anything” series on the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Odum Class of 2020 graduates online

UGA’s May 8 commencement ceremonies were postponed, but the Odum School commemorated the occasion with a Class of 2020 convocation website celebrating our 49 graduates.

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The story behind UGA’s first Earth Day

The first Earth Day at UGA featured a day-long teach-in led by students and faculty from the Institute of Ecology and student group Balance.

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UGA professor, alumnus are 2020 ESA Fellows

UGA ecologist John Drake was named a Fellow of the Ecological Society of America and Jacob Allgeier, PhD ’13, was named an Early Career Fellow for 2020.

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Ecology community mourns Lawrence R. Pomeroy

Groundbreaking marine ecologist Lawrence R. Pomeroy, 94, passed away peacefully on March 26, 2020, in Burlington, North Carolina.

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Sánchez studies urbanization, wildlife and disease

Alumna Cecilia Sánchez, PhD ’19, is a postodoctoral associate studying how urbanization affects wildlife behavior and disease transmission.

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Alumna describes being “stuck in the field” by COVID-19 lockdown

Julie Tierney shared her story of being “stuck in the field” when travel restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic abruptly went into effect.

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UGA alumnae model impacts of COVID-19 interventions

Stanford biologist and UGA alumna Erin Mordecai has developed a model to explore the impacts of social distancing strategies on COVID-19.

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Nutrient concentrations in most U.S. streams are too high, study finds

Nutrient concentrations in most U.S. streams and rivers are too high, according to a team of ecologists with ties to the University of Georgia.

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