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New opportunity at LCB/UNR for Masters/PhD Geography or PhD in EECB

I anticipate bringing on a new graduate student (funded by an assistantship) for Fall 2015 at the University of Nevada, Reno (http://www.unr.edu). There are several active and overlapping projects that a new student could participate in; these involve avian landscape ecology … Continue reading

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Student learning outcomes for intro remote sensing course

As with many universities, UNR is seeking to make explicit each course’s student learning outcomes (SLOs).   I teach an advanced-undergrad/grad introductory remote sensing course here.   Students come from a variety of backgrounds but tend to be from geography, … Continue reading

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Perspectives from Project HEAT 2014

We just wrapped up our middle school summer engagement workshop called Project HEAT and I’m exhausted (in a good way).   Working with a team from UNR Geography, the Raggio Research Center for STEM Education, and the Dean’s Future Scholars program, we … Continue reading

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2013 LCB potluck/Pétanque clash

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Just had our annual LCB cookout/potluck at Casa Albright.  And, following tradition, sharp elbows came out for the pétanque action.

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Comings and goings at LCB

  The new semester is underway and it is time to introduce a great batch of folks: Matt Bromley joins the lab as Master’s student.  A Reno native, UNR alum, and decorated Army veteran, Matt is also a research assistant at … Continue reading

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Profile in 2013 Tahoe Summit Report

Earlier this summer, in preparation for the recent 2013 Tahoe Summit, I was among a handful of UNR faculty to be interviewed about our research and teaching as they relate to the Tahoe Basin.  It was fun to get to … Continue reading

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Project HEAT kicks off amid record setting heat wave

Today we welcomed 21 students participating in the Dean’s Future Scholars (DFS) program for a 2-week workshop we organized with the Raggio Research Center (RRC). Dubbed Project HEAT (hot environments, animals, and temperature), the workshop will provide students hands-on scientific … Continue reading

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