2012

Archive

Prof. Jim Galloway and students determine human nitrogen footprint

Prof. Deborah Lawrence works with Asian Universities to mitigate climate change

Robert Swap named Virginia Professor of the Year

Salt marsh carbon may play role in slowing climate warming

Prof. Karen McGlathery featured in NSF article about climate change impacts on coastal ecosystems

Multiple student awards at 2nd Annual President’s Research Poster Competition

Global Study: Seagrasses Can Store More Carbon Than Forests

Paolo D’Odorico’s research on Kalahari Dunes published in Environmental Research Letters

Prof. Howard Epstein wins All-University Teaching Award

Precise Mapping Helps Eastern Shore Residents Make Informed Land-Use Decisions

EnviSci grad students win multiple awards at annual Huskey Research Expo

Following the Flow: U.Va. scientists and educators assess and improve water quality

Seagrass Restoration in Virginia’s Coastal Bays Proving Successful, Studies Show

Student Summer Internships available – National Fish and Wildlife Foundation

Summer Internship – National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. Washington, DC The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) has openings for up to six University of Virginia Arts and Sciences advanced undergraduate students for the summer of 2012.  These internships are part of a new, ongoing partnership between NFWF and the University.  Compensation will be $6,000 […]

Video of Mike Mann’s talk at EnviroDay (Tues. Jan 17th)