• Fellows in the News

    Outdoor school uses nature to teach students to thrive

    “My favorite thing to say is that you can't protect anything until you love it,” says school co-founder Fellow Jen-Osha Buysse.

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  • Switzer Fellow Thought Leadership

    Scientists as citizens with rapid environmental change

    Fellow Natalya Gallo spoke at TEDxUCSD and posted on the COMPASS website about her path in science communications.

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We are pleased to introduce the 2019 Switzer Fellows. Read more

Leadership Story

For the Yurok tribe, fishing isn’t a recreational weekend activity to be paired with a cold beer. It’s a way of subsistence, a way of life. Fellow Keith Parker’s groundbreaking biology research regarding a new subspecies of Pacific lamprey, recently published in the science journal Molecular Ecology, may be the key to saving his tribe’s way of life.

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Fellows in the News

Oct 15, 2019
Scientists from ETH Zurich were once again hugely successful in the latest round of the prestigious ERC Starting Grants: 3 women and 12 men each received an average of 1.5 million euros for their...Read more >
Oct 9, 2019
A presentation of key findings and insights from over two decades of research, education, and community engagement in the acclaimed Baltimore Ecosystem Study In a world of more than seven billion...Read more >
Oct 2, 2019
One of the tough realities of commercial fishing is that fishermen and seals sometimes compete for the same fish. And when they do, interactions between the animals and fishing nets can occur,...Read more >
Oct 2, 2019
Illinois’ largest electric utility is trying a new approach to its energy efficiency programs for low- and moderate-income customers: working with community action agencies. ComEd, which serves...Read more >

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