Global Change Fellowship Program

The Global Change Graduate Graduate Fellowship is a program designed to provide financial, scientific, and professional development support for incoming graduate students who are interested in multi-disciplinary research related to climate and global change. Sponsored by the DOI SE Climate Science Center and NC State University.
A network of early career climate change researchers and professionals affiliated with Climate Science Centers and dedicated to improving research and practice through collaboration and communication. Additionally, the ECCF strives to be an accessible outlet where all people can come and learn about climate science from people intimately involved with studying the climate and its implications for ecosystems and people. Learn more at the ECCF website.

Global Change Fellows Alumni

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2012 Fellows

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2011 Fellows

  • Nathan Putnam (Post-doc)
  • Carlos Botero (Post-doc, Initiative in Biocomplexity at NC State University)
  • Lauren Charles Smith (Fisheries, Wildlife & Conservation Biology)
  • Corey Davis (Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences)
  • Sarah Fritts (Fisheries, Wildlife & Conservation Biology)
  • Ernest Hain (Fisheries, Wildlife & Conservation Biology)
  • Aaron Poteate (Anthropology)
  • Angela Harris (Anthropology)
  • Jessica Osborne (Anthropology)
  • Kara Smith (MEAS)
  • Daniela Magdalena Sorger (Biology)
  • Siyao, Zhang (Forestry)
  • Tyson Wepprich (Biology)

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