Watching giant anteaters eat, sleep, play and give piggyback rides to their pups was part of this summer’s fieldwork for Ana Yoko Ykeuti Meiga, a PhD student in SNRE’s Interdisciplinary Ecology program. Ana accompanied a team of researchers ... READ MORE
The School of Natural Resources and Environment (SNRE) is pleased to announce this year’s recipients of the Nadeau Graduate Research Award, which supports graduate students pursuing their master’s or doctoral degrees in Interdisciplinary ... READ MORE
The School of Natural Resources and Environment is pleased to announce that Tracy Moorman has joined its staff as the undergraduate academic advisor. Tracy comes to the University of Florida from Santa Fe College, where she worked as an ... READ MORE
Imagine spending a whole summer hiking epic American routes like the Appalachian Trail and the Pacific Crest Trail – and calling it research.
That’s what PhD student Ernesto Viveiros de Castro did in the summer of 2022 as part of ... READ MORE
Dr. Elizabeth Webb is an ecologist studying climate change in the Arctic, a longtime science educator, and an alumna of the SNRE’s PhD program in Interdisciplinary Ecology. She completed her PhD in spring 2022 and is now a postdoctoral ... READ MORE
Graduate student life is all about finding and nurturing a passion for science and discovery.
by Orlando Acevedo-Charry
During winter break in my first year as a Ph.D. student, my wife and I drove 3,800 km to visit my siblings, forcing ... READ MORE
Katie Schoenberger, a third-year environmental science student in the UF School of Natural Resources and Environment, is the 2022 recipient of the Jim Roberts Scholarship. The award recognizes a student’s ethical work on environmental problems. The ... READ MORE
Dr. Ryan Good, a lecturer in the School of Natural Resources and Environment, is participating in the Spring 2022 Global Learning Institute. The Office of Global Learning at the University of Florida International Center administers the program. ... READ MORE
Marliz Arteaga, a doctoral candidate in the interdisciplinary ecology (IE) graduate program, is a recipient of the 2021 Alec Courtelis Award. The award is given through the UF International Center.
Recipients are international Ph.D. students ... READ MORE
Emily Taylor (B.S. 2016) studies urban streams. Specifically, she examines how urbanization is impacting ecosystem metabolism and nutrient cycling. Ecosystem metabolism describes the coupled processes of primary production and ecosystem respiration. ... READ MORE