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 (email@example.com) 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)
Forrest Schoessow (firstname.lastname@example.org) Project Leader, Graduate Student
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.