Ben Zuckerberg is among eighteen faculty recently honored with the H.I. Romnes Fellowships, which recognize faculty with exceptional research contributions within their first six years from promotion to a tenured position. The award is named in recognition of the late WARF trustees president H.I. Romnes and comes with $60,000 that may be spent over five years.
Ben Zuckerberg is a professor of forest and wildlife ecology. His lab focuses on how modern climate change affects wildlife. He partners with state and federal natural resource agencies to assess the vulnerability of different species and populations to a rapidly changing climate and develop strategies for adaptation.
View the full list of H.I. Romnes Faculty Fellowships.