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Frequently Asked Questions about the Graduate Recruitment Event!

We are excited to answer questions about the New Approaches to Graduate Recruitment in Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Science event. The event is being supported by the President’s New Approaches Initiative to promote and institutionalize new ways to enhance diversity … Continue reading

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New Community Education Resource for Groups Working in Urban Watersheds!

The Capps Lab is excited to announce the initiation of the Watershed Learning Network. The WLN was developed from ideas and materials that were developed in the Atlanta Watershed Learning Network (AWLN) in collaboration with the Urban Ecology course at UGA, a … Continue reading

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Interested in learning more about DOC in streams?

If you are interested in learning more about interactions between dissolved organic carbon and metals in streams, consider checking out the recently accepted publications from lab alum Nate Tomczyk! The influence of land cover on the sensitivity of streams to … Continue reading

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Odum School of Ecology Teaching Postdoctoral Program

Odum School of Ecology Teaching Postdoctoral Program The Odum School of Ecology (OSE) at the University of Georgia invites applications from outstanding early-career scientists for a school-supported postdoctoral appointment. S/he will pursue a collaborative research project with one or more … Continue reading

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MS Position in Urban Ecology and Evolution

The Capps, Anderson, and Wares Labs in the Odum School of Ecology at the University of Georgia are interested in recruiting a MS student to begin coursework in the fall of 2019 in the Conservation Ecology and Sustainable Development program … Continue reading

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Upper Oconee Science and Policy Summit: Registration and Call for Abstracts!

Upper Oconee Science and Policy Summit Reminder: Registration and Call for Abstracts Upper Oconee Watershed Network/UGA River Basin Center/UGA Office of Sustainability/Watershed UGA/ACC Stormwater and Water Conservation   Please forward this to any potentially interested parties! All are welcome.   … Continue reading

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Denzell Cross Featured as a UGA Amazing Student!

Denzell Cross, a PhD Student in the Capps Lab, was featured as a UGA Amazing Student on May 27 (https://news.uga.edu/denzell-cross/)!

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Keysa Rosas-Rodriguez selected as a Fulbright Student Fellow

Integrative Conservation and Ecology PhD student, Keysa Rosas-Rodriguez, was selected as a Fulbright Student Fellow for Mexico! Keysa’s research will examine the impacts of palm oil expansion on the structure and function of freshwater ecosystems in the Neotropics. This is … Continue reading

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The Capps Lab welcomes a great new team of undergraduates!

The Capps Lab is excited to welcome a new crop of undergraduate researchers and interns to our team! Their academic backgrounds and interests are quite varied, and we are excited to have such an incredible, interdisciplinary team joining our ranks. … Continue reading

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Krista gives an invited lecture in the Jacob Marschak Interdisciplinary Colloquium on Mathematics in the Behavioral Sciences at UCLA

The Marschak Colloquium Drowning in Waste: Confronting the Ecological, Economic, and Technological Realities of Aging and Obsolete Water Infrastructure The critical global problem of aging and obsolete water infrastructure threatens economic stability, human welfare, and the environment. Countries around the … Continue reading

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