Associate Professor Andrew Park was profiled in the Jan. 12, 2015 issue of the UGA Columns newspaper.
Read the full story: Mind Games: Ecologist explores link between biology, mathematics
Associate Professor Vanessa Ezenwa was profiled in the "Focus on Faculty" page of the University of Georgia web site.
Read the full profile: Focus on Faculty: Vanessa Ezenwa
Professor and Associate Dean for Administrative Affairs Laurie Fowler was profiled in the "Focus on Faculty" page of the University of Georgia web site.
Read the full profile: Focus on Faculty: Laurie Fowler
Zachary Holmes ’14, a double major in ecology and biology, was featured as an "Amazing Student" on the UGA homepage. Zack is already working in two research labs and is well on his way to his goal of solving global ecological problems.
Read the full profile: UGA's Amazing Students: Zachary Holmes
Associate Professor John Drake was profiled in the October 7, 2013 issue of the UGA Columns newspaper.
Read the full story: Ecology professor helps students become ‘data’ scientists
Associate Professor Jeb Byers was profiled in the "Focus on Faculty" page of the University of Georgia web site.
Read the full profile: Focus on Faculty: Jeb Byers
UGA Ecology alumna Shelly Lakly, executive director of the Florida division of The Nature Conservancy, was profiled in the December 2012 issue of The University of Georgia Magazine.
Associate Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Sonia Altizer was profiled in Columns, UGA's faculty and staff newspaper, and in the "Focus on Faculty" section of the UGA web site on November 12, 2012.
Associate Professor Jeb Byers was one of three recipients of the Richard B. Russell Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching in 2012.
Waring "Buck" Trible '13, pursuing his B.S. in ecology and entomology, was profiled in "UGA's Amazing Students" on the UGA web site.
Ecology undergraduate Theresa Stratmann '13 was profiled in "UGA's Amazing Students" on the UGA web site.
Odum School alumna Karen Mabry, MS Ecology ’01, received the National Science Foundation’s prestigious Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award, which recognizes junior faculty who integrate outstanding research and education, in April 2012.
Ecology student Malavika Rajeev, recipient of a William Moore Crane Leadership Scholarship for the 2011-2012 academic year, talked with Development Director Lee Snelling about her plans.
A conversation with Dr. Joanne Sharpe
Dr. Joanne Sharpe, friend of the Odum School of Ecology and UGA graduate, chats with Lee Snelling, director of development, regarding the Robert Sheldon Memorial Award.