Meet the Fellows of 2012-13

Regina Baglia

E²SHI Fellow
Department of Chemistry, School of Arts & Sciences
Focus: Environmentally benign molecular catalysts for solar energy conversion and fuel cell applications

Jake Greear

E²SHI Teaching Fellow
Department of Political Science, School of Arts & Sciences
Focus: U.S. environmental policy

Matthew Gribble

E²SHI Teaching Fellow
Department of Epidemiology, School of Public Health
Focus: Impact of pollution on human health

Lingli Huang

E²SHI Fellow
Department of Sociology, School of Arts & Sciences
Focus: Food security, industrial-urban bias, and irrigation sustainability in China

Aman Luthra

E²SHI Fellow and Gordon Croft Fellow
Department of Geography & Environmental Engineering, School of Engineering
Focus: Political ecology of municipal solid waste in Delhi, India

Laura MacDonald

E²SHI Fellow and Gordon Croft Fellow
Department of Geography & Environmental Engineering, School of Engineering
Focus: Small-scale water treatment technologies in developing countries.

Melissa Poulsen

E²SHI Fellow
Department of International Health, School of Public Health
Focus: Urban Agriculture, public health and environmental sustainability

Gina Tonn

Suzanne Jenniches Fellowship
Department of Geography & Environmental Engineering, School of Engineering
Focus: Water resources, sustainability, and climate change

Climate change has happened because of human behavior, therefore it’s only natural it should be us, human beings, to address this issue. It may not be too late if we take decisive actions today.
— Ban Ki-moon, United Nations Secretary-General