Funded Projects

Funded Projects
Project Titlesort descending Year Funded Principal Investigator
Species Risk to Global Change 2015 Noelle Beckman, SESYNC
State Policies to Transform Undergraduate STEM Education 2012 Catherine Middlecamp, University of Wisconsin, Melvin George, University of Missouri, Judith Ramaley, Portland State University
Supply-Chain Commitments 2016 Kimberly Carlson, University of Hawai’i Mānoa, Rachael D. Garrett, Boston University
Sustainable Agriculture Matrix 2016 Xin Zhang, UMCES Appalachian Laboratory, Eric Davidson, UMCES Appalachian Laboratory
Sustainable Social Networks in Alaska 2012 Drew Gerkey, SESYNC
Synergistic interactions of environmental degradation, socio-economic development and infectious disease dynamics in the Amazon region 2018 Andres Baeza, Arizona State University, Mercedes Pascual, University of Chicago
Synthesis of Anthropogenic Threat & Demographic Data to Predict Extinction Risk 2012 Judy Che-Castaldo, SESYNC
Synthesis to Link Understanding, Planning, & Management of Urban Ecosystems in China 2012 Wei-Ning Xiang, East China Normal University, Joan Nassauer, University of Michigan
Synthesizing Long Term Telephone Survey Data 2017 Dexter Locke, SESYNC Postdoctoral Fellow, Morgan Grove, Collaborating Mentor
Synthesizing Research on Pastoral Governance of Common-Pool Resources 2019 Lance Robinson, International Livestock Research Institute, Mark Moritz, The Ohio State University

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