Meet the new Interfaces of Global Change Curriculum Committee; thank you to outgoing members!
August 21, 2020
The Interfaces of Global Change Curriculum Committee (IG3C) is the primary entity responsible for visioning, oversight, and implementation of the IGC IGEP curriculum. Primary duties entail visioning, planning, and delivering of the annual fall and spring seminar courses and the capstone course offered every other year. These duties include ensuring continuity of existing high-quality graduate programming, as well as ideation and visioning to meet the evolving programmatic needs of the growing, diverse IGC IGEP student population. Meet the newest members, including several faculty and IGC fellows: Cully Hession, Erin Hotchkiss, Michelle Stocker, Melissa Burt, and Sarah Kuchinsky. Thank you to Julia Gohlke, who has taken the reins as the new Chair of this committee!
We extend sincere gratitude to those who just finished their terms, including Paul Angermeier, Todd Schenk, Durelle Scott, Korin Jones, and Bennett Grooms. Special thanks go to Bruce Hull (who remains on the committee); he has finished his term as the founding Chair of the IG3C. Thank you, all!
Welcome to our Incoming Members:
General ItemDr. Cully Hession
Professor | Biological Systems Engineering
General ItemDr. Michelle Stocker
Assistant Professor | Geosciences
General ItemDr. Erin Hotchkiss
Associate Professor | Biological Sciences
General ItemMelissa Burt
Ph.D. Candidate | Biological Sciences | Species interactions, community ecology, climate change, habitat fragmentation, functional traits
General ItemDr. Sarah Kuchinsky
Ph.D./DVM Dual Degree Student | Biomedical Sciences and Pathobiology
Thank you to our members continuing to serve (and Dr. Gohlke will be the new IG3C Chair)
General ItemDr. Julia Gohlke
Associate Professor | Population Health Sciences
General ItemDr. Jeffrey Walters
Professor | Biological Sciences
General ItemDr. Bruce Hull
Professor | Forest Resources & Environmental Conservation
A special thank you to these outgoing IG3C members! We deeply appreciate your time, energy, and balanced guidance in this leadership role.
General ItemDr. Paul Angermeier
Research Scientist and Professor | Fish and Wildlife Conservation
General ItemDr. Todd Schenk
Associate Professor | School of Public and International Affairs
General ItemDr. Durelle Scott
Associate Professor | Biological Systems Engineering
General ItemKorin Jones
Ph.D. Student | Biological Sciences | Microbial ecology
General ItemDr. Bennett Grooms
Assistant Professor, Otterbein University | VT Alumni June 2021