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Pack Institute Research Travel Awards

Seven student recipients recognized

ESF's Randolph G. Pack Institute and Department of Environmental Studies are pleased to report the results of this year's Pack Graduate Student Research Travel Award competition in Environmental, Natural Resources, and Conservation Policy, with particular emphasis on international policy issues:

  • Kyle Bell, MS Environmental Studies, "Mexico City's Metrobus program and the societal benefits to organizational collaboration"
  • Jessica Bohn, MS Environmental and Resource Engineering, "Biodiversity of managed forests surrounding the Calakmul Biosphere Reserve in Mexico"
  • Elizabeth Hunter, MS Conservation Biology, "The frontier of conservation policy: Implications of using 'ecological analog' species to conserve biodiversity in the Galapagos Is., Ecuador"
  • Nayoung Jo, MS Environmental Studies, "A new community development frame? The role of community in S. Korea's New Community Movement, 1970-75"
  • Abigail Larkin, MS Conservation Biology, "Wilderness perception mapping in the Adirondack Park, NY"
  • Marvin Montefrio, PhD Environmental and Natural Resources Policy, "Growing fuel on ancestral land: biofuels development in the upland regions of the Philippines"
  • Hang Ryeol Na, PhD Environmental and Natural Resources Policy, "Quantitative analysis of urban forest conditions in Seol, Korea"

Congratulations to these graduate student researchers. And thank you to all those who applied.