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Tag: School of Natural Resources and Environment

Peace Corps experience inspires interdisciplinary ecology student

Everyone’s experience in the Peace Corps is different, said Amanda Brinton, an Interdisciplinary Ecology graduate student. For Amanda, her experience in the jungles of Ecuador meant finding her passion for solid waste management. Amanda is a Ph.D. candidate… Read More

Interdisciplinary Ecology student awarded the Belize Audubon Society’s conservation award

The Belize Audubon Society awarded Interdisciplinary Ecology Ph.D. student Celso Poot with the James A. Waight Award. The annual award is the most prestigious Belizean honor for conservation. It was presented to Celso on Feb. 16, 2021. The… Read More

Inland fisheries may provide a ‘safety net’ during pandemic, new study finds

A new study led by University of Florida researchers has found that the economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic has led to shifts in the way people use rivers, lakes and other inland water bodies worldwide as sources… Read More

Environmental science student finalist for national scholarship

Lacey Lingelbach, a senior in environmental science, was eager to apply to the Udall Foundation scholarship program earlier this year. The award recognizes outstanding achievement in leadership, public service, and a commitment to issues related to the environment…. Read More

NSF Fellow in SNRE – Ben Lowe

By Patrick Farrar Four outstanding graduate students in UF’s School of Natural Resources and Environment have received the prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship Program awards from the National Science Foundation. The highly-competitive five-year fellowship grants them substantial financial support for… Read More