Ph.D. Student Devon Gaydos Named a Global Change Fellow

Devon Gaydos

Center doctoral student Devon Gaydos (Dept. of Forestry and Environmental Resources) has been awarded a Global Change Fellowship for Spring 2018 by the Southeast Climate Science Center. The award recognizes Devon’s cutting-edge work in forest disease management and will support her professional development in interdisciplinary research. The fellowship program provides a stipend and tuition support, as well as science communication training and opportunities to engage with other fellows across NC State University. As a fellow, Devon will help organize seminars as part of the Southeast Climate Science Center’s Global Change Seminar Series and attend workshops and working group meetings.

Devon also recently won the Best Student Presentation Award at the 2017 Southern Forestry and Natural Resource Management GIS Conference in Athens, GA. She is advised by Ross Meentemeyer, director of the Center for Geospatial Analytics and professor in the College of Natural Resources.

Congratulations, Devon, on your success!