Reports from the Wormsloe Fellows
Each year, the Wormsloe Insititute for Environmental History and the UGA Graduate School support three Master's and/or PhD students as Wormsloe Fellows. These are hand-picked students from a variety of disciplines whose work is designed to contribute in a meaningful way to the mission of WIEH. Previous Wormsloe Fellows have worked on the environmental history, GIS database, archaeology, and constructed wetland design, among other topics. The current list of Fellows includes Nancy O'Hare (Geography), Emily Cornelius (Ecology), and Wes Ryals (College of Environment and Design).
At our monthly meetings, we ask that each of the Fellows provide a written summary of their work and we that summary as a basis for discussion and interdisciplinary collaboration.
October/November 2013 Reports
Paul Cady: Cultural Landscape Report
Allysa Gehman: A Climate for Castrators?