Each year, the Wormsloe Foundation and the UGA Graduate School support three Master's and/or PhD students as Wormsloe Fellows.  These are hand-picked students from a variety of disciplines whose work is designed to contribute in a meaningful way to the mission of CREW.  Previous Wormsloe Fellows have worked on the environmental history, GIS, archaeology, and constructed wetland design, among other topics.  


2013 Reports

Paul Cady: Cultural Landscape Report

Holly Campbell: Soil Indicators of Post Colonization Land Use Change and Vegetation Patterns at Wormsloe Historic Site, Isle of Hope

Allysa Gehman: A Climate for Castrators?

Ania Majewska : Wormsloe Butterfly Gardens (9/13/2013) (10/10/2013)

Nancy O'Hare: Why Aren’t Common Toads and Frogs Breeding in Natural Areas at Wormsloe? (9/13/2013)  (10/10/2013)

Allesandro Pasqua: The Use of Terrestrial Laser Scanning (TLS) to Investigate Potential Rice Cultivation on the Isle of Hope, Georgia

Emily Cornelius: Tradeoffs in migratory songbirds; feathers as indicators of condition

Nancy O'Hare: Tidal influence and salinity of seasonal ponds; Trapping toads; Bird counts and forest metrics from LiDAR

Wes Ryals: Wormsloe Plantation Cultural Landscape Laboratory


2012 Reports

Emily Cornelius: Interplay between stress, lipids, parasites and immunity in migrating songbirds

Nancy O'Hare: Reptile, amphibian and bird inventory; LiDAR analysis of vegetation structure

Wes Ryals: Ongoing landscape research: slave cabin and estate house and grounds


Previous Reports

Jessica Cook: Archaeology at Wormsloe (2009)

Drew Swanson: Hargrett Library Research Updates (2008-2009)