CICR is initiating a new Faculty Research Development Grant program to support the development of integrative research (individual or collaborative) led by CICR affiliates on conservation, sustainability, or environmental change. One award of up to $2,000 will be given to the selected researcher or research group. Applications are due by February 8th, 2015. This competition … More ›
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Congratulations to Dr. Sonia Altizer, CICR Faculty Affiliate, for being named the UGA Athletic Association Professor in Ecology! Dr. Altizer’s research focuses on the evolution and ecology of infectious diseases in butterflies, songbirds, and wild mammals. Click here to read the full UGA news release.
Nate Nibbelink has been named the new Director of the Center for Integrative Conservation Research. Dr. Nibbelink follows Peter Brosius, who founded the center in 2007. Nik Heynen will serve as ICON Program Director and Graduate Coordinator. Read the full story here.
“Kenyan pastoralist societies in transition: varying perceptions of the value of ecosystem services,” a new article co-authored by Dr. Elizabeth “Lizzie” King, is now available on the Ecology and Society website (Volume 19, Issue 3). Click here to access the full article. Dr. King is a member of the CICR Executive Committee and the Integrative Conservation … More ›
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