Archive for January, 2017

Dr. Chris Parsons wins first place in NCSCE Fieldwork Photo Contest

Congratulations to Dr. Chris Parsons, whose entry entitled “Penguins in Antarctica” placed first (!) in the Fieldwork Photo Contest of the National Center for Science and Civic Engagement (NCSCE). See the second and third place winners of the contest and view the gallery of submissions here: Penguins in Antarctica, Titrations in Costa Rica, and Phytoplankton […]

Dr. Tom Lovejoy recognized by President Obama for his efforts as a Science Envoy

Dr. Tom Lovejoy, who recently received the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award by the National Council of Science and the Environment (NCSE) was recognized by President Obama for representing the country as a Science Envoy in a letter of appreciation from the White House signed by the President. He participated in three trips during his service – to […]

Spring 2017 Graduate Student Orientation and Panel Discussion on Academic Publishing

Please see below for a message from the President of the ESP-GSA: Dear new and returning ESP graduate students, Please join us for the Spring 2017 Environmental Science and Policy orientation and panel discussion:  January 23rd at 1:00 pm in David King Hall (room DK 3006). This event is hosted by the ESP Graduate Student Association (ESP-GSA). This is the only […]

Dr. Changwoo Ahn is a finalist for the 2017 Teaching Excellence Award

Congratulations to Dr. Changwoo Ahn, who made the shortlist for the 2017 University Teaching Excellence Award.  The university Teaching Excellence Awards are Mason’s highest recognition for faculty members who demonstrate exceptional skill in and commitment to their teaching and learning practices, Outstanding teaching is an integral part of Mason’s mission and is deserving of significant […]