• Switzer Fellows in the News

    What Foods Are Better for the Earth?

    Fellow Nicole Tichenor Blackstone studied the link between environmental sustainability and the 2015-20 Dietary Guidelines for Americans.

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  • Pepperwood rebounds from massive wildfire
    Switzer Fellows in the News

    Pepperwood rebounds from massive wildfire

    "There is beauty in the Pepperwood landscape now,” said Switzer Fellow Lisa Micheli. “It is in a renewal process.”

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    Fellow Named to Forbes 30 Under 30

    2017 Fellow Natalya Gallo has been named to this year's "30 Under 30 in Science" list from Forbes. 

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Henry Herndon: Bringing sustainable energy to New Hampshire towns

“Ten years ago there were three solar companies in New Hampshire; today there are 90, and the next decade will be even more dramatic,” says Fellow Henry Herndon, casting his eyes in the direction of a new solar array on a local church in Durham. “I feel like I can have an impact in New Hampshire — and I already have had an impact in New Hampshire.”

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Sep 10, 2018
To assess the presence of organochlorine pollutants (OCP) in Alaskan sub-Arctic latitudes, Fellow Kimberley Miner analyzed ice core and meltwater samples from Jarvis Glacier, a polythermal glacier in...Read more >
Sep 10, 2018
Recent scholarship on urban agriculture (UA)—the production of food in cities—argues that UA can both undergird and resist capitalist accumulation, albeit often at different spatio‐temporal scales...Read more >
Sep 9, 2018
Fellow Nicole Tichenor Blackstone is part of a team that studied the link between environmental sustainability and the 2015-20 Dietary Guidelines for Americans.Read more >
May 9, 2018
From Fellow Bridie McGreavy, editor of the new volume Tracing Rhetoric and Material Life: Ecological Approaches : The book draws from interdisciplinary approaches within the field of rhetoric to...Read more >

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