Darcy gets NSF

We have just learned that Darcy has been awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. This is a highly competitive program (there were only 21 awarded across campus this year, and no others in Bren) gives Darcy 3 years of fellowship funding and will allow her to make research trips to Palmyra during the school year.


Please join me in congratulating Darcy!

About Bruce Kendall

I'm a professor of Environmental Science and Management at the University of California, Santa Barbara. My research is primarily in ecological theory, with a population approach. I work in a number of applications including coastal fisheries, population viability analysis, and conservation biology; I do fundamental theoretical work on the implications of among-individual variability for population dynamics. I'm also an Associate Dean of the Graduate Division at UCSB.
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