The Center for the Environment welcomes an incoming group of environmental fellows for the 2010-12 academic years. These four new fellows will join a group of five scholars who will be beginning the second year of their fellowships.
The new environmental fellows are Daniel A. Barber, Elizabeth Landis, Alexander (Zan) Stine, and Rich Wildman.
Together, the fellows form a community of researchers with diverse backgrounds united by intellectual curiosity, top-quality scholarship, and a drive to understand some of the most important environmental challenges facing society.
For more on the fellows and their research, visit the center’s website.