Haedicke and Ross receive Faculty Research Awards
Haedicke, an associate professor of sociology, was given a summer research award for his project, “Constructing and Contesting Climate Adaptation Plans in Southern Louisiana.”
Ross, an assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, received a scholarly equipment and materials award for her project, “Coastal Resource Management Solutions with Land-Sea Connection Diagnostics.” Her research is also supported by a WRRI 104g grant through the Mitchell Center.
The Faculty Research Fund program aims to support faculty in establishing or maintaining high-quality research programs and other creative achievements. Funding is provided by the Office of the Vice President for Research and Dean of the Graduate School through a competitive process.