What we do:
The GLEON Graduate Student Association (GSA) informs, trains, and mentors students, enabling the next generation of scientists to participate in collaborative, international, and interdisciplinary network science.
The GLEON GSA is run by and for GLEON student members with direction from the GLEON RCN Steering Committee. The group is led by a chair and a co-chair, both graduate student members of GLEON. In addition to tremendous opportunities afforded by human networking, GLEON provides high-impact experiences for students. The GLEON Student Association acts to communicate and facilitate the many opportunities for students within the GLEON network, including:
We encourage students to become a GLEON member and get involved!
Recent Student Workshop
GLEON GSA 2012 August Workshop - Cyber-enabled ecological analysis in a network of lake observatories
Issue 3 (April 2013) New!
Issue 2 (September 2012)
Issue 1 (February 2012)
We invite all GLEON students and postdocs to share their latest publications, conference participation, collaborative efforts, and professional updates with us and contribute to the GSA Newsletters. Please contact the GSA leaders (details below) if you are interested in submitting content for future issues. We look forward to hearing from you for comments on the current issues, too!
Chair: Elizabeth Ryder (bio in PDF)
Co-chair: Kohji Muraoka (bio in PDF)
Co-chair elect: Jennie Brentrup (bio in PDF)
Peter Arzberger, University of California-San Diego (2012 to present)
Paul Hanson, University of Wisconsin Center for Limnology (2007-2012)
GSA Leadership Alumni:
Cayelan Carey, University of Wisconsin Center for Limnology (Ph.D. Cornell University, 2012)
Additional Funding Opportunities for Students:
Kevin Rose, American Association for Advancement of Science (AAAS) Science and Technology Fellow, US National Science Foundation (Ph.D. Miami University, 2011)
Emily Kara Read, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies & University of Wisconsin Center for Limnology (Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2012)
Jordan Read, U.S. Geological Survey (Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2012)
GLEON Fellowship Program
East Asia and Pacific Summer Institutes for U. S. Graduate Students (EAPSI)