Highlights from Announcements 1/14/19
Minimal Immediate Impacts of Government Shutdown on Student Funding at Start of Spring Term
The partial shutdown of the federal government is causing headaches for researchers in many fields, but is generally not impacting currently funded graduate student fellowships, assistantships, or traineeships. Students who are supported on existing federal grants or awards should not anticipate disruptions for the start of the spring semester. The shutdown is indeed delaying the review and approval of some new federal grants that were not yet awarded or finalized. Questions? Contact Grad_funding@cornell.edu
Alumna Spotlight: Brooke Zanetell
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Brooke Zanetell is an alumna of the natural resources program at Cornell from which she holds an M.S. and a Ph.D. Prior to attending Cornell, she earned her B.S. in biology at the University of Colorado Boulder. Since leaving Cornell, she worked in the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C., and has become an assistant professor in the natural resources program at the University of New Mexico – Taos, which she worked to create.