CICR celebrates the 2023-24 ICON graduates

April 29, 2024

Congratulations to the following students on defending their ICON dissertations this year:

Behnoosh Abbasnezhad (PhD, ICON & Forestry and Natural Resources, Major Professor: Jesse Abrams): “Conservation Planning As a Transdisciplinary Process: Integrating Social and Spatial Science Into Forest Conservation In The Upper Flint River Watershed, Georgia, USA”

Denzell Cross (PhD, ICON & Ecology, Major Professor: Krista Capps): “Shifting Paradigms of Urban Watersheds: Exploring Changes in Stream Ecosystem Structure and Function and Patterns of Community Engagement in Urban Restoration”

Katie Foster (PhD, ICON & Anthropology, Major Professor: Laura German): “Translating Indigenous Rights: A Multilevel Analysis of Free, Prior, and Informed Consent in Peru”

Alec Nelson (PhD, ICON & Forestry and Natural Resources, Major Professor: Nate Nibbelink): “Integrating Social and Ecological Values for Spatial Prioritization of Private Land Conservation in the Savannah River Watershed”

Cydney Seigerman (PhD, ICON & Anthropology, Major Professor: Don Nelson): “Fluid Inequities: The Dynamics of Water Relations and Water Insecurities in Ceará, Northeast Brazil”