|Location||Athens, Georgia, USA|
The Odum School of Ecology is a school within the University of Georgia and the successor of the UGA Institute of Ecology. It is named after Eugene Odum, renowned UGA biologist and the father of ecosystem ecology, the founder of the Institute.
Started in 1961 as the Institute of Radiation Ecology, a research institute of faculty across various departments of the University. The Institute (having dropped "radiation" from its name) assumed the status of a school within the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences in 1993. The College of Environment & Design (CED) was formed in 2001 by joining the School of Environmental Design and the Institute of Ecology. Six years later, on July 1, 2007, the Institute split from CED to become the Odum School.
Affiliated centers and labs
- River Basin Center
- Center for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Processes
- Natural Resources Spatial Analysis Laboratory (NARSAL)
- Marine Institute at Sapelo Island
- Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center
- Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory
- Savannah River Ecology Laboratory
- Wormsloe Institute for Environmental History at the Wormsloe Historic Site
The following undergraduate degrees are offered by the Odum School:
- Master of Science in Ecology
- Master of Science in Conservation Ecology & Sustainable Development
- Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Ecology
- Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Integrative Conservation
- Conservation Ecology
- Environmental Ethics
- Shearer, Lee (February 2007). "Independent school of ecology waiting for final approval". Athens Banner-Herald. Morris Communications. Retrieved 2008-03-25.
- Dendy, Larry B. (June 22, 2007). "UGA to open nation's first School of Ecology July 1; John Gittleman named dean". News Release. Athens, Georgia: University of Georgia Office of Public Affairs News Service. Retrieved 2008-02-07.
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