• In a time of hurricanes, we must talk about environmental conservation
    Switzer Fellow Thought Leadership

    America needs a climate adaptation strategy...

    ... that prepares us for accelerating climate impacts, steers market and local responses, and promotes justice, write Linda Shi and Sierra Woodruff in The Hill.

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  • Switzer Fellows in the News

    Green Living seminar series

    Elena Traister organized a series of virtual lectures on the theme of “Individual Actions and Environmental Sustainability.” 

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  • Switzer Fellow Thought Leadership

    A Community of Practice for Equitable Electric Mobility

    Isa Gaillard is leading development of a community of practice for The Greenlining Institute.

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We look forward to introducing you to our 2021 Switzer Fellows soon. Learn about the program

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Cell Mentor's Community of Scholars is a group of Persons Excluded because of their Ethnicity or Race (PEER) composed of postdoctoral fellows, early-stage investigators, instructors, and consultants with a common passion to advance scientific discovery while innovating diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. They recently released a list of 1,000 inspiring Black scientists in America on which two Switzer Fellows appear: Ayana Johnson and Regan Patterson.

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Feb 6, 2021
Late last year, Princeton researchers released a major study modeling different ways the U.S. could reduce its net emissions to zero by 2050 — a target that has been advanced by scientists, and...Read more >
Feb 6, 2021
How is the earth changing? NASA earth scientist Kimberley Miner uses observational science to study #climatechange ​ ! #MissionUnstoppableTV ​Read more >
Feb 6, 2021
In April of 2019, a team of scientific researchers and documentarians arrived at Mount Everest’s southern basecamp in Nepal to measure the impacts of climate change and human activity on the world’s...Read more >
Feb 6, 2021
The first chapter of Luis Alexis Rodríguez-Cruz's dissertation was published in late January in PLoS One. His co-author is his advisor, Meredith T. Niles. The paper looks at Puerto Rican farmers’...Read more >

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