At a special event last week, Provost John Etchemendy and Harry J. Elam Jr., vice provost for undergraduate education, recognized six faculty members who were appointed Bass University Fellows in Undergraduate Education. The award recognizes extraordinary contributions to undergraduate education.
Infrared cameras capture mountain lions out and about in the nighttime; with the top predator eating deer, the local ecosystem is intact.
To the litany of changes being wrought by global warming, we may be able to add one more: where wine grapes can and can't be grown.
Chris Field, Noah Diffenbaugh, and David Lobell among those to receive TomKat Center large-scale solar awards
The Precourt Institute for Energy and the TomKat Center for Sustainable Energy are awarding a new round of faculty seed grants for promising research in clean technology and large-scale solar power.
Assistant Professor Bala Rajaratnam receives the 2011 DARPA Young Faculty Award (YFA) for his topic area in Mathematics. Title of effort: Rigorous Mathematical Foundations for Network Analysis
Climate scientist cautions against reading too much into this summer’s extreme heat (Noah Diffenbaugh, EESS)
Global warming could significantly alter the U.S. premium wine industry within 30 years (Noah Difenbaugh, EESS)
The Woods Institute for the Environment at Stanford University has awarded seven new Environmental Venture Projects (EVP) grants. EESS faculty members participating in the seven teams inlcude: Rob Dunbar, Scott Fendorf, Steven Gorelick, Eric Lambin, and Roz Naylor.