Big congratulations to assistant professor of marine sciences Brian Hopkinson, who was awarded a 2014 Sloan Foundation grant to support his work on rising carbon dioxide levels in the oceans:
The fellowship is presented by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation each year to early-career scientists and scholars whose achievements and potential identify them as part of the next generation of scientific leaders. This year, 126 fellowships were awarded to promising young scientists like Hopkinson in eight scientific and technical disciplines.
Hopkinson, an assistant professor at UGA...
Many awards, grants and other forms of recognition for our faculty and staff already in the New Year. A sampling:
Lecturer and playwright John Patrick Bray saw a production of his short plays performed by members of University Theatre at the Seney-Stovall Chapel in early February
Henry "Fritz" Schaefer was included in a list of the 50 most influential scientists in the world today
Don Rubin, professor emeritus of communication studies...
Apply for a Research Grant with UGA Libraries - Seven undergraduate research awards up for grabs
By Jessica Luton
Have a great idea for research but need a little funding help? The University of Georgia Libraries’ Undergraduate Research Awards are currently accepting applications for seven cash prizes totaling $2,000 for students who demonstrate distinction in research and academic inquiry. Find the requirements for applying here.
Established in support of the University’s mission of instruction, research and service mission,...
If you wanted to create a list of the 50 most influential scientists in the world today, and someone has, the list would be incomplete without UGA computational chemist Henry F. Schaefer.
The Graham Perdue Professor of Chemistry and director of the Center for Computational Chemistry, Schaefer was named in thebestschools.org list of influential scientists at number 38. A Humboldt Award winner and slated to receive the Peter Debye Award from the American Chemical Society in 2014, Schaefer is known for
inventing the field of computational quantum chemistry, developing it into a...
Enter the 2014 Tinker Graduate Field Research Award Competition
By JESSICA LUTON
The Franklin College of Arts and Sciences Latin American and Caribbean Studies Institute (LACSI) recently announced the 2014 Tinker Foundation, Inc. Field Research Grant for students.
The grants are meant to help fund travel and other expenses for highly qualified graduated students with an interest in conducting preliminary field research in Spanish or Portuguese-speaking Latin American or Caribbean region, excluding Puerto Rico.