Associate Professor Elizabeth Olson first learned about “young carers” while conducting a large research project about youth religiosity in the United Kingdom. She found herself working with a group of young women under the age of 18 who had caregiving … Continued
Dr. Riveros-Iregui delivered a lecture in the Department of Biological Systems Engineering at Virginia Tech.
Reyes, W. M., H. E. Epstein, X. Li, B. L. McGlynn, D. A. Riveros-Iregui & R. E. Emanuel (2017) Complex terrain influences ecosystem carbon responses to temperature and precipitation. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 31, 1306-1317.
Zhang, Q., C. Song & X. Chen (2018) Effects of China’s payment for ecosystem services programs on cropland abandonment: A case study in Tiantangzhai Township, Anhui, China. Land Use Policy, 73, 239-248.
Dannenberg, M. P., E. K. Wise, M. Janko, T. Hwang & W. K. Smith (2018) Atmospheric teleconnection influence on North American land surface phenology. Environmental Research Letters..13 034029
Darius has recently been interviewed for The Measure of Everyday Life (WNCU) for an episode on transportation and segregation. Have a listen here, and share with your networks! Congrats, Darius, and thanks for continuing to spread the word about the … Continued
Dr. Mike Emch won a huge grant, “Impacts of Environment, Host Genetics and Antigen Diversity on Malaria Vaccine Efficacy,” funded by the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Disease, National Institutes of Health (NIH),1R01-AI137410-01, $3,632,091, 2018-22. This is an NIH … Continued
Diego Riveros-Iregui delivered a lecture in the College of Biological Sciences at the Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador. His presentation was titled: “The physical template of landscapes and the biophysical dimensions of water”
Sarah Schmitt was selected to the inaugural class of Kenan Graduate Fellows in the College of Arts and Sciences. This is a newly established recognition across the college for graduate students who “have distinguished themselves as outstanding researchers and teachers” while at UNC. … Continued
Sertanya Reddy was awarded a Dean’s Graduate Fellowship for 2018-2019. The fellowship, awarded by the College of Arts & Sciences, supports excellence in scholarship. Sertanya’s research explores the experiences of underrepresented students who receive support to travel overseas and engage … Continued