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Early Career Faculty Awardees

Monica Barra, Assistant Professor of Race and Environment

School of the Earth, Ocean & Environment; Department of Anthropology, University of South Carolina.

Understanding the physical and cultural impacts of climate change and adaptation science and policy on non-traditional forms of housing and land tenure among African American coastal communities in the U.S South

Anamaria Bukvic, Assistant Professor

Department of Geography, Virginia Tech

Changing coastlines, changing mobility: when staying in place is no longer an option

  Donovan Finn

Donovan Finn, Assistant Professor of Environmental Design, Policy & Planning

School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences; Sustainability Studies Program, Stony Brook University

A user-driven framework for harnessing atmospheric research to inform planning and policy for coastal resilience

Carolyn Fish, Assistant Professor

Department of Geography, University of Oregon

Map storytelling to build empathy for coastal Alaskan indigenous communities

Kyle Mandli

Kyle Mandli, Assistant Professor

Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics Department, Columbia University

Creating better forecasting and predictive capabilities for coastal flooding due to storms

Talea Mayo, Assistant Professor

Department of Civil, Environmental, and Construction Engineering, University of Central Florida

Do you see what I see: Improving the communication of hurricane storm surge risk with GIS mapping

Alexis

Alexis Merdjanoff, Clinical Assistant Professor in Social & Behavioral Sciences

College of Global Public Health, New York University

Aging in high-risk coastal regions: Examining the social and physical infrastructure needs of older adults in the Gulf Coast

S.Siedlecki

Sam Siedlecki, Assistant Professor

Department of Marine Sciences, University of Connecticut

Predictive frameworks to understand processes driving change in the coastal ocean: coastal biogeochemistry and ocean health metrics relevant to marine resource management on the Northeast shelf

Gabrielle Wong-Parodi

Gabrielle Wong-Parodi, Assistant Professor

Department of Earth System Science, Stanford University

A prospective longitudinal study of environmental coastal threats on health and resilience, Gulf of Mexico

 

Graduate Student Awardees

 

 

Brandon Beltz

Stony Brooke University

 

Nina Berlin

Department of Earth System Science, Stanford University

Jeane

Jeane Camelo

PhD Civil Engineering (2nd year, Coastal Engineering)

Department of Civil, Environmental, and Construction Engineering

University of Central Florida

Jeane received her BS in environmental engineering from the University of Southern California, and her MEng from Oregon State University. Her interests include numerical modeling of storm surge hazards, GIS mapping, and risk communication

Michala

Michala Garrison

MS student (first year), Geography

Department of Geography, University of Oregon

Michala received her BS in geography with concentrations in mapping and climate science from Frostburg State University. Her interests include cartography, GIS, climate change, and Arctic regions.

Kelly

Kelly McGarry

PhD Student, Oceanography

Department of Marine Science, University of Connecticut

Kelly got her B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Notre Dame. Now she studies the biogeochemistry, especially the carbon cycle, of the northeastern U.S. using observations and models.:

Gabriella

Gabriella Meltzer

PhD Student, Epidemiology (Social)

College of Global Public Health, New York University

Gabriella uses mixed methods to explore how exposure to natural and manmade environmental hazards exacerbates health disparities in vulnerable populations.

 

Huda Qureshi

Columbia University

 

Aaron Whittemore

Virginia Tech