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  • IRIS team awarded Presidential Interdisciplinary Seed Grant

    IRIS team awarded Presidential Interdisciplinary Seed Grant

    IRIS affiliate Scott Pippin, with the Carl Vinson Institute of Government, was recently awarded a Presidential Interdisciplinary Seed Grant for his proposal, “Developing New Storm Design Criteria for Natural Hazards Planning Research and Practice.” While Pippin is the primary investigator, the team also includes Brian Bledsoe (College of Engineering); Marshall Shepherd, John Knox, Pam Knox, Lynne Seymour and Thomas Mote (Franklin College of Arts […]

  • Upcoming N-EWN Webinar: Capturing and Quantifying the Multi-Scale Benefits of Natural Infrastructure

    Upcoming N-EWN Webinar: Capturing and Quantifying the Multi-Scale Benefits of Natural Infrastructure

    The Network for Engineering with Nature (N-EWN) invites you to join us for The N-EWN Knowledge Series: A Continuing Education Series about Engineering with Nature. The next webinar will be held on Thursday, January 20th at 12:30 EST. Todd Swannack will discuss capturing and quantifying the multi-scale benefits of natural and nature-based features. Natural and […]

  • Young Dawg Spotlight: Gretchen Hinger

    Young Dawg Spotlight: Gretchen Hinger

    Meet the latest Young Dawg part of the IRIS team: Gretchen Hinger. The UGA Young Dawgs program is a high school internship program designed to prepare highschool juniors and seniors for college-level research. Hinger joined the IRIS team from Clarke Central High School. During her time at UGA, she worked with Dr. Matt Bilskie, helping […]