Nature Tells Its Story: The Climate Archive of Caves

Join UC Davis Institute of the Environment Director Isabel Montañez at 6 p.m. Thursday June 2, 2022 at the UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center in Incline Village, NV for a presentation about her research showing the climate archive found in California's caves.

Native American Studies Professor Wins Carnegie Fellowship

by Jeffrey Day

Beth Rose Middleton Manning recalls being elated watching the Eklutna River in Alaska flowing freely after a dam was removed. The University of California, Davis, Native American studies professor had a similar feeling upon learning she received a 2022 Andrew Carnegie Fellowship for her research on dam removal and land restoration.

She is one of 28 scholars, journalists and authors awarded the fellowship, which carries a $200,000 stipend. The Carnegie Corporation of New York announced the fellowships today (April 26).