UGA graduate student brings public education to freshwater conservation, GIS mapping

It’s fitting that Carleisha Hanns grew up to be a cartographer—her early life spanned continents. She was born in Belgium and raised in Tennessee by military parents who lived and

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2023 Ecology Graduate Student Symposium is Jan. 27-28

The 29th annual Odum School of Ecology Graduate Student Symposium will be held Jan. 27-28 in the Ecology building auditorium and online. GSS 2023 is free and open to all.

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Ecology faculty Rohani and Drake part of Pathogen Genomics Center of Excellence

Odum School of Ecology faculty Pej Rohani and John Drake are part of a University of Georgia team working to strengthen public health response to infectious disease threats and support

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Waning vaccine protection leads to resurgent mumps

In recent years, mumps has had a resurgence in multiple countries. Now, new research by University of Georgia scientists reveals that the cause is likely a gradual waning of vaccine-derived

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Dean’s Corner, December 2022

As the fall semester closes and winter break begins, the Odum School of Ecology has much to celebrate. We can all take great pride in our achievements this year—I for

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Odum School Convocation honors fall and summer 2022 graduates

The Odum School of Ecology celebrated fall 2022 graduation with a convocation ceremony and reception for graduates and their friends and families on Dec. 16 in the ecology auditorium.

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Q&A with Melissa Lee, development and alumni relations coordinator

Meet Melissa Lee, the Odum School of Ecology’s new development and alumni relations coordinator.

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Reception to celebrate new book exploring the power of parasites

The Odum School of Ecology will host a reception Jan. 6 to celebrate Animal Behavior and Parasitism, a new book edited by faculty members Sonia Altizer, Vanessa Ezenwa and Richard

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UGA graduate student pursues environmental justice in freshwater science

For Jasmine Longmire, ecological justice feels personal.  During her junior year at Georgia Gwinnett College, she experienced a kidney failure that changed how she views her health—and her purpose. She

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Dean’s Corner, November 2022

November brings us to the home stretch of the fall semester, and is a time of reflection and change. Exams and term papers are ramping up, the weather is taking

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