2020 - 2021 Global Change Fellows Videos
This cohort of Global Change Fellows created intriguing science expert videos that communicate the state of the science of various landscape conservation challenges related to global change in the southeastern United States. Students chose a topic of interest, interviewed an expert in the field, and created an informative video and blog post to share what they learned. Explore this video series and corresponding blogs here.
2019 - 2020 Global Change Fellow Videos
Ana Maria Meza Salazar, PhD student in Applied Ecology, Climate Change Effects on Freshwater Streams in Costa Rica
Mario Simon Pinilla-Gallego, PhD student in Applied Ecology, How are flowers transmitting bumble bee parasites
Erin Voigt, PhD Student in Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences, North Carolina Blue Crab
2018 – 2019 Global Change Fellow Videos
Emilee Briggs, MS student in Applied Ecology, Urban Streams and Climate Change
Laura Hamon, PhD student in Applied Ecology, The Complicated Sex Lives of Venus Flytraps
Mike Madden, PhD student in Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Studies, Modeling Thunderstorms in a Changing Climate.
Tina Mozelewski, PhD student in Forestry and Environmental Resources, Habitat Restoration in a Changing Climate.
Deja Perkins, MS student in the Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources program in Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology, Habitat Fragmentation and Urban Birds.
Andre Taylor, MA student in History, Culture Killer: Climate Change and the Gullah in South Carolina.
Spring 2018 Global Change Fellow Videos
Riley Gallagher, MS student in Applied Ecology, Investigating Cobia Stock Structure and Movement Using Acoustic Telemetry and Population Genetics.
Fall 2017 Global Change Fellow Videos
Gabrielle Corradino, PhD student in Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Nanoflagellate Ecology in Warming Seas.
Elsita Kiekebusch, PhD student in Applied Ecology, Rare Butterfly Conservation.
Dominic Libera, PhD student in Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering, Chasing a River Monster.
Larry Long, PhD student in Entomology, Climate Change Impacts on Urban Tree Decline.
Paul Taillie, PhD student in Forestry and Environmental Resources, Wetter Lands.
2016 – 2017 Global Change Fellow Videos
Karly Bitsura-Meszaros, PhD student in Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management, Preserving Cultural Resources at Cape Lookout National Seashore.
Jessica Kettenbach, PhD student in Applied Ecology, Bees in Urban Habitats and Climate Change.
Lindsay Maudlin, PhD student in Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Understanding Climate Literacy of the General Public.
Wilmer Reyes, PhD student in Forestry and Environmental Resources, Climate Change and the Role of Hydrology Research.
Ryann Rossi, PhD student in Applied Ecology, Causes of Mangrove Die-off.