In the College of Natural Resources, we think our graduate students are awesome. We’re not the only ones. Our masters and doctoral students are not only at the top of their game, they are award-winning. Check out some of the awards our graduate students received this year. Congratulations and well-done!
Forestry and Environmental Resources
- Nicolas Gould received the Namkoong Family Graduate Fellowship for Excellence in Conservation and Ethics. Gould is a Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology doctoral student and his advisor is Chris Deperno.
- Alexa Wood received the Arthur W. Cooper Graduate Fellowship for Excellence in Social Sciences. Wood is a Forestry and Environmental Resources doctoral student and her advisor is Louie Rivers.
- Tina Mozelewski received the Charles B. Davey Graduate Fellowship for Excellence in Biological Sciences. Mozelewski is a Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology doctor student and her advisor is Rob Scheller.
- Andrea Steward received the Forestry and Environmental Resources Faculty Fellowship for Excellence in Graduate Education and Service. Steward is a Master of Science in Natural Resources student, Hydrology Technical Option, and her advisor is Ryan Emanuel.
- Nasir Shalizi received the Forestry and Environmental Resources Faculty Fellowship for Excellence in Graduate Education and Service. Shalizi is a Forestry and Environmental Resources doctoral student and his advisor is Fikret Isik.
Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
- Leanna Jennings received the Susie Deazley Walston and Mac Walston Fellowship. Jennings is a Parks, Recreation, Tourism and Sport Management master’s student.
- Elizabeth Oliphant received the Outstanding Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management Master’s Student Award. Oliphant’s advisors are Aaron Hipp and Michael Edwards.
- Matthew Jurjonas received the Outstanding Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management Doctoral Student Award. His advisor is Erin Seekamp.
- The Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management Graduate Student Association (GSA) for received the NC State GSA’s Best Practices Award, recognizing the organization for their continued work to provide graduate students with outstanding opportunities for professional development, community service, and personal growth. This is the second Best Practices Award received by the organization.