–New SESYNC Pursuit in Support of GeoSyntheSES Project

The National Center for Social-Ecological Sysnthes (SESYNC), with funding from the National Science Foundation, has recently chosen to support the research workshops of the project that is entitled “Linkages of Agrobiodiversity in Urban Systems and Food Landscapes.” This new project will be one of SESYNC’s upcoming Pursuit Workshops as part of their initiative on Environmental Dynamics of Food Systems. It will run from 2018 to 2020. Karl is the Lead PI with Karen Seto of Yale University. Two other Penn State faculty are workshop members, as well as 12 others representing 6 countries and a total of 9 disciplines.