Interfaces of Global Change Curriculum Committee (IG3C)

Initiated in the fall of 2018, the Interfaces of Global Change Curriculum Committee (IG3C) is the primary entity responsible for visioning, oversight, and implementation of the IGC IGEP curriculum.  Primary duties entail visioning, planning, and delivering of the annual fall and spring seminar courses and the capstone course offered every other year.  These duties include ensuring continuity of existing high-quality graduate programming, as well as ideation and visioning to meet the evolving programmatic needs of the growing, diverse IGC IGEP student population.

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Bruce Hull

IG3C Chair, Professor

Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation

Research Interests: organizations, communities and leaders constructing sustainable development in the face of converging demographic, environmental, governance, and market transformations

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Jeffrey R. Walters

IG3C Co-chair, Harold H. Bailey Professor

Department of Biological Sciences

Research Interests: conservation of avian species and associated ecosystems, dispersal behavior and its relationship to sensitivity to habitat fragmentation, evolution of cooperative breeding systems, the science – policy interface

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Paul Angermeier

Professor

Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation

Research Interests: ecology and conservation of freshwater ecosystems

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Julia Gohlke

Assistant Professor

Department of Population Health Sciences

Research Interests: human health implications of global environmental change

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Bennett Grooms

Interfaces of Global Change Fellow

Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation

Research Interests: Human dimensions of wildlife; citizen science; conservation sociology; wildlife education; animal behavior

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Korin Jones

Interfaces of Global Change Fellow

Department of Biological Sciences

Research Interests: microbial ecology

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Todd Schenk

Assistant Professor

School of Public and International Affairs

Research Interests: collaborative governance and environmental policy and planning issues around the world

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Durelle Scott

Associate Professor

Department of Biological Systems Engineering

Research Interests: improving water resources through a combination of fundamental research and application to applied stream / wetland restoration