Interfaces of Global Change IGEP welcomes 6 new fellows in Spring 2019!
The Interfaces of Global Change IGEP welcomes 6 new Ph.D. fellows in Spring 2019. This brings the program’s enrollment to 54 fellows strong in 2019!
Meet our newest fellows:
Working with Dr. Susan Whitehead (Biological Sciences)
Research interests: Species interactions, trophic cascades, chemical ecology, tropical ecology, integrated pest management
Working with Dr. Erin Hotchkiss (Biological Sciences)
Research interests: stream ecosystem processes and biogeochemical cycles in the face of environmental change
Working with Dr. Meryl Mims (Biological Sciences)
Research interests: Stream ecology and biodiversity, landscape genetics, traits-based approaches, species interactions
Working with Dr. Tess Thompson (Biological Systems Engineering)
Research interests: stream and wetland restoration, soil microbial ecology, soil erosion
Working with Dr. Kendra Sewall (Biological Sciences)
Research interests: Behavioral ecology, urbanization, ornithology, ecophysiology, and conservation biology
Working with Dr. Julia Gohlke (Population Health Sciences)
Research interests: Environment change impact on human health, urban versus rural population vulnerability to heat stress, personal heat exposure estimation