UGA Professor Receives Nation Recognition
UGA professor wins national fisheries conservation award. Professor Gary Grossman received the 2014 Carl R. Sullivan Fishery Conservation "Sully" Award given annually by the American Fisheries Society, the largest professional fisheries organization in the world.
The American Fisheries Society presents this award to an individual or organization each year for “outstanding contributions to the conservation of fishery resources.” Grossman, a professor of animal ecology in UGA’s Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, is the 23rd honoree since the award was first given in 1991.
The society, established in 1870, has more than 9,000 members and is the largest professional society for aquatic scientists in the world.