Jackson “Jack” R. Webster ’67, Professor Emeritus of Ecology with the Virginia Tech College of Science, has been selected as a Fellow of the Ecological Society of America. Click here for the VT news release.
“In his nearly 37 years at Virginia Tech, the professor of biological sciences built a distinguished career, and his exceptional devotion earned him the university’s 2012 William E. Wine Award honoring excellence in teaching . . . Webster is known for his decades-long research into ecosystem-level processes of aquatic ecosystems, biogeochemistry of streams, and riparian-stream interactions. During his career, he secured more than $6 million in grants as a principal or co-principal investigator and another $32 million as a part of multi-university research teams. He has published more than 100 peer-reviewed papers and 35 book chapters.”