Center for the Environment welcomes new cohort of environmental fellows

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HUCE extends a warm welcome to its newest cohort of environmental fellows, who will join a current group of scholars embarking on their second year of the program. Now in its fifth season, the fellows program recruits a diverse group of intellectually-curious, top-achieving scholars to tackle complex environmental challenges in a wide array of disciplines.

Each of the six incoming fellows will work closely with a faculty mentor during their two-year stint at Harvard, in addition to attending a variety of group meetings, faculty-led discussions, and the center’s environmental fellows dinner series.

Returning for their final year of the program are fellows Daniel Barber, Jacob Krich, Elizabeth Landis, Alexander Stine, and Rich Wildman. For more information on the program.

The 2011 environmental fellows are Emily V. Fischer, an atmospheric chemist; Chris Golden, an ecologist and epidemiologist; Francis Ludlow, a historical climatologist; Fabien Paulot, an atmospheric chemist; Jenny Suckale, a geophysicist; and Hillary Young, a community ecologist.