The Walter B. Langbein Lecture is awarded and presented annually. Professor Sposito received the Lectureship for his lifetime contributions to the basic science of hydrology and unselfish service promoting cooperation in hydrologic research.
President Obama has announced that he will appoint Professor Inez Fung to the National Science Board, the governing body of the National Science Foundation.
The grant is part of a multi-faceted NSF program known as Dimensions of Biodiversity, a program which will investigate lesser-known aspects of Earth's biodiversity.
PhD student Esther Conrad received the prestigious Switzer Environmental Fellowship for her work on water resources issues.
UC Berkeley alumna Kelley Doyle won an award for her senior thesis calculating the campus’s greenhouse gas emissions based on its entire supply chain of goods and services.
The Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry was awarded $3.4 million to train Ph.D. students in the principles of green chemistry and the design of clean-energy technologies.
Ellen Kersten and colleagues' paper, Small Food Stores and Availability of Nutritious Foods: A Comparison of Database and In-Store Measures, Northern California, 2009, examined one of the fundamental tools used in the food environment research.
The Society honored Dr. Formann's commitment to scholarship aimed at improving rural livelihoods, mentoring students, and championing participatory natural resource management.
Professor Merchant will be working on the project “Ideas of Nature in the Scientific Revolution,” a study for which she also received an American Council of Learned Societies fellowship this year.
Professor Almeida was recognized for his outstanding recent contribution in plant pathology.
Eric Olliff, who is earning a B.S. in conservation and resource studies and a B.A. in Chinese language and literature, is the University Medalist, the annual award bestowed on Berkeley’s top graduating senior for the last 150 years.
The award goes to PI Claire Kremen and an interdisciplinary international team of scientists, to compare and contrast how how smallholder agricultural production versus large-scale agribusiness affect ecosystem services along commodity chains.
Each year, the Chancellor recognizes students, staff, faculty and community partnerships that embody UC Berkeley's proud tradition of public service and commitment to improving our local and global community.
Professor Peluso and Professor Iles were recognized for their vital role in mentoring graduate students and training future faculty, and have shown an outstanding commitment to mentoring, advising, and generally supporting graduate students.
Professor Huntsinger will collaborate with Peking University professor Li Wenjun, researching how herders in northwest China experience and cope with climate and ecosystem change.
The Berkeley Initiative in Global Change Biology (BiGCB) plans to develop a Predictive Biosystems Informatics Engine (PBIE), to access, visualize, and analyze rich data, and provide the foundation for building the next generation of models of the biotic response to global change.
Professor Merchant was named for her distinguished contributions to the field of history and philosophy of science, particularly for the history of the scientific revolution and gender and science.
The grant funds seven major projects and involves the participation of faculty members in eight departments including ESPM.
Conservation and resource studies senior Devin Richards was named as a finalist in the category of sustainability. UC Berkeley was the sole public university selected from the United States.
Dr. Van Steenwyk will provide advice to the National Invasive Species Council (NISC) on a broad array of issues.