RBC affiliate and Carl Vinson Institute of Government Associate Director Shana Jones is leading a New Frontiers project, one track of the Presidential Interdisciplinary Seed Grant Program, that establishes UGA as a testbed for electric vehicle implementation and to inform both academic and applied research by establishing EV adoption and infrastructure on campus. Several other affiliates—including Marshall Shepherd, Brian Bledsoe, and Mark Risse—led or were members of 2023 Seed Grant projects.
Affiliate Brian Bledsoe and his team were recognized in an Office of Research feature.
Meet intern Ellis Goud, a third-year student pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and a Bachelor of Arts in Ecology.
Water has always been an undercurrent in Adam Orford’s life and career, and the attorney now serves as UGA’s environmental law professor.
Please join us for the 8th Annual John K. Spencer Memorial 5K Run & Walk at 8 a.m., Feb. 10, 2024, starting at the Odum School of Ecology.
The UGA Teaching Academy inducted 16 new members on Nov. 9, including Associate Director Krista Capps.
Dr. Charlotte Garing has been awarded a grant of $1,177,779 from the Major Research Instrument program of the National Science Foundation.
UGA’s IRIS hosted its first Industry Summit on Nature-based Solutions. IRIS director and RBC affiliate Brian Bledsoe participated. The Summit brought together over 100 leaders from across fifty private sector organizations to identify the challenges and opportunities in advancing the development of nature-based solutions to support resilient communities.
In a grant project focused on levee setbacks, UGA scientists are filling a critical gap in biodiversity benefit assessment for USACE.
To Todd Rasmussen, teaching has never been secondary to research. Many of his former students now hold positions in federal, state and private sectors, making a difference in various water-related disciplines, and these professionals are his proudest contribution to his field.