Marshall Shepherd, Contributor April 9, 2018
Marshall Shepherd, Contributor, April 6, 2018
UGA College of Environment and Design graduate student Kiley Aguar and Geography Department - University of Georgia student Ian Rossiter visited Griffin+Spalding to assist The City of Griffin on a master plan to incorporate trails throughout the city for more interconnected walking, running, and…
Congrats Dr. Marcus Williams! Dr. Marshall Shepherd's former doctoral student is now working at US Forest Service. He is in Denver receiving this prestigious award.
Marshall Shepherd, contributor
Many people may not think of Icefields when they think of South America.
The Patagonia Icefields are the largest temperate ice sheet in the Southern Hemisphere. It covers an area of roughly 8000 square miles.
Professor Hilda Kurtz studies alternative food politics, focusing on how people carve out spaces of practice in critique of the industrial food system. She taps into students’ curiosity in the classroom and beyond to create transformational learning experiences.
This week parts of the southern United States experienced tornadic storms that left a path of destruction.
As a Foundation Fellow, Sam Tingle has been able to learn around the world — from the South Pacific to Malaysia to the Greek Island of Lesvos — but has still been able to immerse himself in academics and activities right here on campus.
"The AAG Climate Specialty Group announced that they have a tie for their Lifetime Achievement Award: "We had excellent nominees for this year's Climate Specialty Group (CSG) Lifetime Achievement Award. I am pleased to announce that we have two awardees this year due to a tie in the ranking.
By Marshall Shepherd, Contributor
You see it blowing tree limbs, flags, or leaves on the ground. This weekend people from the mid-Atlantic to northeast United States will experience quite a bit of wind as a Nor'easter storm impacts the region Friday and Saturday.