Funded Projects

Funded Projects
Project Title Year Funded Principal Investigator
The Making of a Pandemic 2019 Merle Eisenberg, SESYNC Postdoctoral Fellow, Reuben Keller, Collaborating Mentor
Green and Just 2019 Fushcia-Ann Hoover, SESYNC Postdoctoral Fellow, Sara Meerow, Collaborating Mentor
Flood Memory and Uncertainty 2019 James Knighton, SESYNC Postdoctoral Fellow, Rebecca Elliott, Collaborating Mentor
Animal Population Dynamics in the Arctic 2019 Ophélie Couriot, SESYNC Postdoctoral Fellow, William Fagan, Collaborating Mentor, Eliezer Gurarie, Collaborating Mentor
Clone of 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, Rutgers University , Bianca Lopez, New School
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, Rutgers University, Bianca Lopez, New School
Putting people into climate models: A multi-model approach to integrating human behavior and climate change 2019 Brian Beckage, University of Vermont, Katherine M. Lacasse, Rhode Island College
From Storms to Plowshares: A Multi-Scale Spatial Risk Analysis of Hurricane Maria’s Impacts on Puerto Rico’s Agro-Food System 2019 Daniel Shtob, University of Oregon, Hannah Stokes-Ramos, University at Buffalo
Distilling the Public Discourses and Nexus between Water Quality and Social Inequality 2019 Helen Rosko, Clark University
Understanding social responses to environmental shocks: A text mining approach 2019 Matthew Cooper, University of Maryland, Jeremiah Osborne-Gowey, University of Colorado Boulder, Aaron Schwartz, University of Vermont

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