June 15, 2023

 Several Global Change Center faculty members and IGC Fellows have recently completed terms on the Interfaces of Glocal Change curriculum committee (IG3C). We extend sincere gratitude to Erin Hotchkiss, Holly Kindsvater, Amanda Darling, and Luke Goodman who will be wrapping up their service on the IG3C this summer. We would also like to highlight the leadership of Erin, for serving on the committee for three years and leading the committee for the past two years as the IG3C Chair (2022-23) and Co-chair (2021-22). To the entire IG3C team - thank you, all!   Your work is critical to our collective success and to the professional development of our IGC fellows.

We would also like to welcome our newest IG3C members; Brian Badgley, Alasdair Cohen, and Luis Escobar who will be joining the IG3C for two-year terms starting this August. And a special thanks to Brian Badgley who will be joining the committee as our next co-chair!  He will work alongside Jennifer Russell as she takes over the IG3C Chair responsibilities.  Gabriel Issaccman-VanWertz will be hitting pause for the 23-24 year, but will continue to serve his second year on the committee once he is back from sabbatical. 

Welcome to our new IG3C members!

Jennifer Russell,  Chair
Sustainable Biomaterials
Brian Badgley, Co-Chair
New Member, School of Plant and Environmental Sciences
Alasdair Cohen
New Member, Population Health Sciences
Luis Escobar
New Member, Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Klaus Moeltner
Agricultural and Applied Economics
Wendy Parker
IGC3 Committee Member
Kathleen Hohweiler
New IGC Student Rep., Biological Systems Engineering
IGC3 Committee Member
Brendan Shea
New IGC Student Rep., Fish & Wildlife Conservation

A special thank you to these outgoing IG3C members!

We deeply appreciate your time, energy, and balanced guidance in this leadership role. 

Erin Hotchkiss
Biological Sciences
Holly Kindsvater
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Amanda Darling
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Luke Goodman
Luke Goodman
School of Public and International Affairs
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.  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.
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