The Global Change Graduate Fellows Program is designed to train the next generation of global change scientists by providing financial, scientific, and professional development support for graduate students who are interested in multi-disciplinary research. They come together across disciplines to discover, collaborate, and share their knowledge with diverse stakeholders. This program is sponsored by the DOI Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center and NC State University. Application for nominations are typically available in January of each year. Applicants must be an NC State student and nominated by a SE CASC Faculty Affiliate.
2018-19 Global Change Fellows
extreme event analysis, hydro-climatology, rainfall-runoff modeling, subsurface hydrology
conservation, ecology, environmental change, fish, fisheries, GIS, land use change, water quality, watershed and landscape ecology, watershed management
biodiversity, biotic resilience and resistance, ecosystem services, extreme events, inland fisheries, invasive species
climate change communication, climate communication, human dimensions, intergenerational learning
Climate change, climate projections, floods, land-use, numerical weather prediction, thunderstorms