Byers named AAAS Fellow

Prof. James (Jeb) Byers has been elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

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Third round of Presidential Interdisciplinary Seed Grants awarded

Projects featuring Odum’s Gene Rhodes, Ben Parrott, Krista Capps and Alex Strauss have received Presidential Interdisciplinary Seed Grant funding.

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Scale Hunter: Laura Kojima

A profile of UGA Ecology master’s student Laura Kojima appears in the Fall/Winter 2021-22 issue of UC Davis Magazine.

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Drake, Saunt named Regents’ Professors

John Drake is one of two UGA faculty members named Regents’ Professors in recognition of the national and international reach of their scholarship.

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Alumni News: Lovich and Gibbons publish Turtles of the World

Turtles of the World, by Jeffrey Lovich (PhD ’90) and Prof. Emeritus Whit Gibbons, explores the biology of these charismatic—and imperiled—animals.

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Ecology mourns the loss of Lovejoy and Wilson

A statement from Dean Sonia Altizer on the passing of E.O. Wilson and Thomas Lovejoy, brilliant evolutionary ecologists and champions of conservation and biodiversity.

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Dean’s Corner, December 2021

Dean Altizer recaps the semester, including graduation, a successful Giving Tuesday and the hard work of Ecology faculty, staff and students.

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Alumni News: Huda Alkaff, MS CESD ’97, receives Catalyst Award

Huda Alkaff, MS CESD ’97, founder and director of Wisconsin Green Muslims, was named a recipient of the third annual Catalyst Award.

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Society for Freshwater Science’s Emerge program releases video highlighting participant experiences

New video from the SFS Emerge program, which aims to increase diversity and inclusion in aquatic science, highlights participant experiences.

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2022 Ecology Graduate Student Symposium postponed to Feb. 11-12

The Odum School of Ecology Graduate Student Symposium will take place Jan. 21-22, 2022, in the Ecology building auditorium and online.

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