SESYNC Graduate Scholars Program

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Award Year: 
2013
Principal Investigator: 
Rachel Berndtson, SESYNC
Dave Hawthorne, SESYNC
Associated Program: 

The SESYNC Graduate Scholars Program harnessed the creative abilities of graduate students from both the social and natural sciences to identify socio-environmental topics that are ripe for synthesis. The SESYNC Graduate Scholars represent a diversity of academic disciplines and geographic regions. The program included a Theme Identification component amongst the Graduate Scholars, as well as an online social networking component between each Graduate Scholar and his/her own network of other graduate students. The program sought to discover the nature of the processes and products resulting from graduate student online social networking as a means of developing research priorities.

Participants: 
Karina Benessaiah, Arizona State University
Dana Dolan, George Mason University
Melissa Eitzel, University of California Berkeley
Marta Jankowska, San Diego State University
Xiah Kragie, Columbia University
Jon Kramer, SESYNC
Georgia Piggot, University of British Columbia
Paul Simonin, Cornell University
Kunwar Singh, University of NC Charlotte
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