Joan Dudney was awarded the prestigious Switzer Fellowship! Twenty fellows were chosen to join the ranks of over 600 Fellows whose leadership efforts are creating innovating environmental solutions across the globe. Joan is honored to be chosen as a Switzer Fellow, and aims to use her award to further her research efforts on white pine health in the Sierra Nevada. For more info, see the ESPM Grad News announcement.
Left: Joan Dudney measures DBH (diameter at breast height) of a dead foxtail pine, an endemic species in California that may be threatened by climate change and mountain pine beetle attacks.