Part 3: On the Road—and the River—with the Ecological Problem Solving Class

Biodiversity, Conservation, and Recreation on the Flint  The last week of Maymester 2022’s Field Program in Ecological Problem Solving heavily featured the Flint River, which cuts through the western half

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Odum School lecturer finds the right career path

When teaching Ecology 3400, Professional Development for Careers in Ecology, one of the things Scott Connelly tells his students is that their career paths are not likely to follow a straight line. That’s a lesson that Connelly, a lecturer in the Odum School of Ecology, has learned firsthand.

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Leaky infrastructure driving antibiotic resistant pathogens in local waters

Could your old septic tank be driving a growth in antimicrobial resistant bacteria? It’s possible, say the authors of a University of Georgia study that identified aging sewer lines and

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Part 2: On the Road—and the River—with the Ecological Problem Solving Class

No course built around water sharing and water policy would be complete without an agricultural component. Between visits to Albany State University’s Water Planning and Policy Center and UGA’s Stripling Irrigation Research Park, students in the Field Program in Ecological Problem Solving class learned about the relationship between farming and water.

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Odum School seeks two faculty members in infectious disease dynamics

The Odum School of Ecology is now accepting applications for two tenure-track faculty positions in infectious disease dynamics.

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Part 1: On the road—and the river—with the Ecological Problem Solving Class

Odum’s Ecological Problem Solving class travelled through the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin to receive a whirlwind introduction to problem solving at the intersection of science, society and policy.

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Fall conservation seminar series lineup announced

The fall 2022 conservation seminar series, free and open to all, begins on Aug. 24 with a talk by Prof. Emeritus James Porter.

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Researchers developing tools to predict next pandemic

The CEID has received a $1 million NSF grant to develop infectious disease intelligence systems to predict–and help prevent–pandemics.

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Vallury joins Odum as assistant professor, River Basin Center as co-director

On August 1, Sechindra Vallury, a researcher in natural resource management and policy with a focus on how institutions can shape water governance and equity outcomes, joined Odum School of Ecology and the River Basin Center.

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If students can’t get to the coast, UGA brings the coast to them

Diane Klement, AB ’20, is one of the educators at the UGA Marine Education Center & Aquarium on Skidaway Island leading hands-on programs for kids.

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