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Rebecca Cheek accepted to the Sustainability Leadership Fellows program!

Rebecca Cheek conducting field work on Island Scrub-jays on Santa Cruz Island, CA.

Congratulations to Funk and Ghalambor lab PhD candidate Rebecca Cheek for being accepted to the Sustainability Leadership Fellows (SLF) program! The SLF program is a competitive program through CSU’s School of Global Environmental Sustainability that accepts 20 advanced PhD students and postdoctoral scholars from across campus each year who are interested in communicating sustainability-related research to broad audiences. Fellows are provided training in network building, strategies for academic engagement in political and public discourse, and techniques to develop leadership and interdisciplinary collaboration skills.

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