Funded Projects

Funded Projects
Project Titlesort descending Year Funded Principal Investigator
Aesthetic perspectives on environmental problems: Quantifying the distribution, purpose, and impact of environmental public art across the United States 2019 Se Jong Cho, SESYNC, Chris Field, SESYNC, Bianca Lopez, SESYNC
Agrarian Adaptation 2016 Udita Sanga, Michigan State University, Sameer Shah, University of British Columbia
Animal Population Dynamics in the Arctic 2019 Ophélie Couriot, SESYNC Postdoctoral Fellow, William Fagan, Collaborating Mentor, Eliezer Gurarie, Collaborating Mentor
Animals, Trade & Disease 2015 Elizabeth Daut, SESYNC
Assessing Student Learning of Socio-Environmental Systems 2015 Cynthia Wei, SESYNC, Ana Luz Porzecanski, AMNH, Kim Landrigan, AMNH
Bayesian Modeling for Socio-Environmental Data 2015 Tom Hobbs, Colorado State University, Mary Collins, SUNY-ESF, Christian Che-Castaldo, University of Maryland
Belief Change in Interdisciplinary Research: Comparing Mental Models & Discussion Networks of SESYNC Research Teams 2013 Lorien Jasny, SESYNC
Benefits of urban green space 2017 Bianca Lopez, SESYNC, Emily Minor, Collaborating Mentor
Beyond Biodiversity: A Scale-dependent Framework for Predicting Changes in Ecosystem Functions and services from Anthropogenic Threats 2013 Kristin Powell, SESYNC
Beyond Traditional Roles: The Contribution of Psychology to Environmental Sustainability 2012 Susan Clayton, The College of Wooster, Patrick Devine-Wright, University of Exeter

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