Congratulations Dr. Duncan Menge who was recently awarded a grant by the Lenfest Junior Faculty Development Committee to support his work with undergraduate student researchers on the research project entitled, “How does symbiotic nitrogen fixation depend on light?”
Best wishes to Lauren Naylor who will be representing E3B in the 3rd annual GSAS SynThesis competition, a Columbia-wide competition for MA students to compete for the best thesis. In the three years of this competition, E3B has placed: 3rd (Vijay Ramesh 2016) and 1st and 2nd (Brandi Cannon and Steph Sardelis 2017). Illustrating that E3B students have put out some of the best theses all of GSAS. Come out and support our fellow E3Bers! Thursday * May 3rd * 4:00-7:00pm * 5th floor of Lerner Hall
Closing this years series, the Undergraduates enjoyed their Dinner with the Chair. The motivation of the “Dinner with the Chair” series is to invite each cohort into an intimate setting with the department chair and student advisors to discuss pressing issues that directly affect them. See our students, Director of Undergrad Studies and the Program Advisor of the EBHS major enjoying good food and productive conversation.
Earth Institute covers Prof Maria Uriarte in her work on climate change and the re-greening of Puerto Rico
Three Cheers to Alex Huddell!! Alex was awarded the NSF Graduate Research Internship Program (GRIP) which provides professional development to NSF Graduate Research Fellows through internships in partnership with federal agencies. Keep up the great work!
Congratulations Dr. Dustin Rubenstein for winning the 2018 Great Teachers Award!!!
At the E3B annual “Dinner with the Chair”, each cohort is invited into an intimate setting with the department chair and student advisor to discuss pressing issues that directly affect them. See our students, DGS and Dept Chair enjoying good food and productive conversation.
E3B PhD Candidate Vijay Ramesh was feature in the most recent GSAS Student Spotlight
The New York Times recognizes the ongoing research of Prof. Maria Uriarte and her team as they work to analyze how severe storms affect the amount of carbon forests pull out of the atmosphere and store.