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Dr. William S. Currie
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Research Manager sought
We are looking for a research manager who will be responsible for organizing, planning, and coordinating research activities across multiple research grants and projects in Dr. Currie’s research program. This will include data preparation and data analysis, and database management, troubleshooting and implementing approaches for research computing, supervising research assistants, research reporting, and assisting with the preparation of grants proposals and manuscripts for publication. This could be a full-time or half-time position. Click here for more information and to apply.
At the American Geophysical Union annual meeting, in San Francisco in December 2012: Currie, William S., Daniel G. Brown, Anna Brunner, Lisa Fouladbash, Zane Hadzick, Meghan Hutchins, Sarah E. Kiger, Yuka Makino, Joan I. Nassauer, Derek T Robinson, Rick L. Riolo, Shipeng Sun. Incorporating Ecosystem Processes Controlling Carbon Balance Into Models of Coupled Human-Natural Systems
Also at the American Geophysical Union meeting in December: Jason Martina presented results from a set of 3,000 runs of the Mondrian model of wetland community-ecosystem processes
In September, Bill Currie, Deborah Goldberg, Jason Martina, and Kenneth Elgersma drove together to the Society of Wetland Scientists regional meeting at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore
Seta Chorbajian was recently named a Society of American Foresters Student Diversity Ambassador, which provided funding for her to attend the national SAF convention in Washington.
Lisa Fouladbash surveyed 75 smallholder farmer households about agroforestry practices and food security in rural areas of Liberia, Africa, this past summer
Kenneth and Jason finished the first field season studying plant invasions in 100 wetland mesocosms, and also completed a set of 3,000 runs of the Mondrian model using the field data
Welcome to new Masters students Xin, Haosong, Fumi, and Bristol
Welcome to Nicholas Alan Schoettlin, born to PhD student Sarah Kiger in August!