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Professor Diego Riveros-Iregui receives NSF CAREER award

February 14, 2019

Professor Diego Riveros-Iregui has been awarded an NSF CAREER grant for his project, “The role of small wetland connectivity in controlling greenhouse gas emissions and downstream carbon fluxes from headwater tropical streams.” The Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program is a … Continued

Professor Riveros-Iregui receives NSF grant following Hurricane Florence.

November 30, 2018

Professor Riveros-Iregui received a grant from the National Science Foundation, Division of Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental, and Transport Systems. The project is titled “Assessing Chemical and Microbiological Contamination in Environmental Waters in Eastern North Carolina after Hurricane Florence.” This is a collaborative … Continued

Dr. Riveros-Iregui receives National Science Foundation grant to study Hurricane Matthew floods in eastern North Carolina.

November 18, 2016

Diego Riveros-Iregui (Principal Investigator): “RAPID: Collaborative Research: Impacts of Extreme Flooding on Hydrologic Connectivity and Water Quality in the Atlantic Coastal Plain and Implications for Vulnerable Populations”, National Science Foundation, Hydrologic Sciences Program, EAR-1712345, $58,851, 2016-2017. In October 2016, Hurricane … Continued

Dr. Smith receives National Science Foundation grant, “Impacts of Education-Driven Urban Migration on Youth Aspirations and Identity.”

August 10, 2016

Sara Smith (Principal Investigator). “Impacts of Education-Driven Urban Migration on Youth Aspirations and Identity” National Science Foundation Geography and Spatial Science Program Grant, BCS-1561072, ($250,000)2016-2019. Around the world, young individuals, especially those who are rural, first generation, indigenous, and racialized … Continued