Frances Roberts-Gregory and Christine Wilkinson recieved this award for their work to improve the environment and for showing leadership in their fields.
This award recognizes a researcher making notable contributions to the field of science, technology, and environmental politics.
Joan Dudney and Max Lambert have been selected for David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellowships.
Hubbard is a leading expert in quantifying the hydrological and biogeochemical behavior of environmental systems.
Mackenzie Feldman and Bridget Gustafson are featured on a list of environmentalists “making a difference.”
Professor Inez Fung is a newly-elected foreign member of the Royal Society of London.
The program aims to develop the next generation of science leaders.
Steven Beissinger and John Harte are recognized for their contributions to the science of ecology.
The award is given annually by the International Biogeography Society for individual lifetime achievement in the field of biogeography.
The Chancellor's Award for Advancing Institutional Excellence and Equity recognizes faculty who advance inclusion and diversity through their research, teaching, and service.
Allen Goldstein recognized is for his contributions to the field of chemistry and emissions of natural and anthropogenic trace gases and aerosols in the atmosphere.
Fernandez and Dodd recieved $18,000 in funding for their research on the application and development of the CRISPR/Cas9 system to test for adaptation of genes with assumed roles in climate stress.
The University of Arizona fellowship recognizes Axelson’s dedication to the study of dendrochronology and provides further training in tree-ring analysis.
The award recognizes Goldstein for sustained excellence in aerosol research and technology.
American Meteorological Society presents the medal to individuals on the basis of outstanding contributions to the understanding of the structure or behavior of the atmosphere.
Rosenblum will serve as faculty director of the campus-wide undergraduate professional development and community-building program.
"Disruptions in Vermont's Landscape" sheds light on the working conditions of dairy workers in Vermont.
The College of Natural Resources has a new dean, plant ecologist and evolutionary biologist David Ackerly.
ESPM professor Rosemary Gillespie is one of nine UC Berkeley faculty recently elected to the prestigious society.
The John Muir College at the University of California, San Diego honors Lynn Huntsinger for her work in rangeland ecology and management.