The UGA Teaching Academy inducted 16 new members on Nov. 9, including Odum School of Ecology’s Krista Capps.
In a NASA grant project focused on levee setbacks, UGA scientists are filling a critical gap in biodiversity benefit assessment for USACE.
Conservation, freshwater ecosystems, tropical ecology: Pringle’s contributions to the Odum School of Ecology
Catherine Pringle’s path to freshwater ecosystem ecology was a sure one. “From childhood, I’ve been fascinated by nature, spending hours poking around in streams and creeks as a kid,” she
Sechindra Vallury, assistant professor and director of policy for the River Basin Center, was awarded a pre-seed grant from UGA’s Office of Research and Office of the Provost. Vallury’s team, one of 12 that received the award, includes Ecology lecturer John Paul Schmidt and faculty from five other schools and colleges.
Odum School of Ecology graduate students Matthew J. Pierce and Julia Gul’zira Sharapi, alumna Julia Nicole Weil (BS ’22), and teaching assistant Vanessa Amurao Gremler are among 10 UGA recipients of 2023 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships.
Krista Capps, associate professor in the Odum School of Ecology, was recognized with a Russell Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, the University of Georgia’s highest early career teaching honor for outstanding and innovative instruction.
PhD student Laura Naslund is studying emissions from small reservoirs to understand their environmental impact.