Amy Rosemond is a Professor in the Odum School of Ecology at UGA. Dr. Rosemond’s research program has been motivated by society’s need for healthy, resilient freshwater ecosystems and the goods and services they provide. Her work has been aimed at identifying the factors that maintain, diminish or improve the health of aquatic ecosystems. She … More ›
CICR is pleased to announce a new book edited by CICR affiliates Drs. Sarah Hitchner and Fausto Sarmiento. The book, titled “Indigeneity and the Sacred: Indigenous Revival and the Conservation of Sacred Natural Sites in the Americas” is available from Berghahn Books. From the publisher: “This book presents current research in the political ecology of … More ›
Dr. Gary Grossman, CICR Faculty Affiliate and Professor in the Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, was one of 26 U.S. faculty recently awarded a 2017 Faculty Fellowship by the Jewish National Fund. Dr. Grossman will travel to Israel and take part in a two week fellowship program. Read the full announcement here.
An independent review panel of CICR Affiliate Faculty members reviewed all proposals and unanimously awarded Drs. David Leigh (Geography) and Ted Gragson (Anthropology) the 2017 CICR Faculty Research Development Grant (which includes $2,000 research funding) for their project titled “Millennial Soil Sustainability in the Pyrenees”. The CICR Faculty Research Development Grant is an annual seed-grant … More ›
On March 30, 2017, Dr. Heidi Kretser delivered the CICR Eminent Practitioner Lecture: “Taking scientific inquiry from research to action for private lands conservation.” You can watch the video here. Dr. Kretser is the Livelihoods and Conservation Coordinator for the Wildlife Conservation Society’s North America Program.
Ellen McCullough is an Assistant Professor in the Agricultural and Applied Economics Department at the University of Georgia. She joined the UGA faculty in fall 2016. Ellen’s general research interest lies in understanding the role of agriculture in economic development and poverty reduction, with an emphasis on Sub-Saharan Africa. In particular, she is interested in … More ›
One award of up to $2,000 The purpose of this grant is to support the development of integrative research (individual or collaborative) led by CICR affiliates on conservation, sustainability, or environmental change. Most activities that can demonstrably contribute to the establishment or enhancement of integrative research will be considered. Research activities should include a strong … More ›
Dr. Sonia Hernandez was selected as one of three recipients of the 2017 Russell Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, known as “the university’s highest early career teaching honor.” Read the complete story here. Dr. Hernandez is Associate Professor of Wildlife Disease, in a shared position between the Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources … More ›