2019 Sharpe Innovation Commons Seed Grant Awards:
The department is pleased to announce two awards based on the recently completed call for proposals.
Each investigator has assembled a multifaceted team to accomplish the project goals.
We are pleased to announce two Sharpe Seed Grant Awards for AU 2019.
Forrest Schoessow et al., 3D-Mapping of high- mountain tropical glacier retreat using unmanned aerial systems (UAS) and Lidar remote sensing.
Maeve Scully, Visual Methods of Geographic Analysis of Gentrification in Columbus, Ohio
These projects were selected by a committee of faculty based on the following criteria: innovativeness, interdisciplinarity and overall research quality.
Congrats, Forrest and Maeve!
2018 Sharpe Innovation Commons Seed Grant Awards:
James White (firstname.lastname@example.org) Project Leader, Undergraduate Senior
Project: Macroscale-Charcoal in Meadow Cores as a Proxy for Wildfire Activity in Great Basin National Park
James’ team has Bryan Mark as Faculty Advisor and includes:
Nischay Soni, Environmental Science (Undergrad)
Forrest Schoessow, Geography (Graduate)
Emily Sambuco, Atmospheric Science (Graduate)
Project: 3D-Mapping of high-mountain tropical glacier retreat using unmanned aerial systems (UAS) and Lidar remote sensing
Forrest’s team has Bryan Mark as Faculty Advisor and includes:
Andrea Stanic, Department of Geography
Nischay Soni, EEDS Program, College of Food, Agriculture, and Environmental Sciences
Evan Vega, Department of Computer Science Engineering
Joseph Warner, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Dean Langenkamp, Department of Welding Engineering
We are grateful for the Sharpe’s support and look forward to sharing the results in due course.