Water, conservation, and policy experts warn new federal rule could harm U.S. waters

Aquatic scientists and policy experts, including UGA’s Amy D. Rosemond, warn that a new federal rule could degrade U.S. water quality.

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Gittleman to address AVMA Global Health Summit

Odum School Dean John L. Gittleman will deliver the opening address at the 2020 American Veterinary Medical Association Global Health Summit.

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UGA ecologists to present research at virtual 2020 ESA annual meeting Aug. 3-6

26 University of Georgia faculty, students and postdoctoral associates will present research at the 2020 ESA Annual Meeting Aug. 3-6 online.

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Drake joins Forbes as a contributing columnist

Prof. John M. Drake has joined Forbes as a contributing columnist writing about the ecology of infectious diseases.

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Drake: America needs a national center for infectious disease intelligence

Prof. John Drake makes the case that the time is now to establish a national center for infectious disease intelligence.

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Drake discusses infectious disease modeling on CBS podcast

Prof. John Drake discussed infectious disease modeling on Debriefing the Briefing, a CBS News podcast covering the coronavirus pandemic.

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Lizzie King: Linking social change and ecological data

Restoration ecologist Elizabeth King incorporates social and cultural information into her ecological research.

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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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Fellowship honors late Prof. Emerita Rebecca Sharitz

The family of the late Prof. Emerita Rebecca Sharitz and her husband Carl Byrne Hatfield has created a fellowship in their memory to support doctoral students in ecology and plant biology working at SREL.

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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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