The ‘disposable’ foodware dilemma
Americans use an estimated one trillion disposable food service products each year. Sue Chiang writes about the toxic chemicals that single-use foodware can contain.
Tools to become a JEDI master
Three Switzer Fellows created an open-source, accessible toolkit to further individual and organizational understanding of the justice, equity, diversity and inclusion.
Climate change's equity challenge
The climate movement is increasingly diverse, but lags behind the general population in representation of people of color. Clara Fang presents her research on where it stands.
Aaron Maruzzo is bringing the skills he learned during his MPH back to his community in Saipan to “reduce pollution and improve environmental and human health through community-based action.” We interviewed Aaron on the unique professional and personal challenges and opportunities of working to improve environmental and human health at the intersection of two little-recognized acronyms: PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) and the CNMI (Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands).
Hear from past recipients of the additional grant opportunities for Switzer Fellows, and discover how these programs could work for you!