Read about the work of Switzer Fellows making change and making headlines!
Christina H. Fuller (2008) was the lead author on a study about how fast traffic-generated particles infiltrate homes near highways.
Brian Beal (1992) is on Maine's team to develop a plan to manage the rockweed harvest to ensure viability, health of habitat.
Rafe Sagarin (2000) advocates defeating hackers with biomimicry on the Harvard Business Review blog network.
Erika Zavaleta (1999) co-authored a study showing large-scale biodiversity is vital to maintain ecosystem health.
Pollution controls increase attendance on beaches in Southern California, Linwood Pendleton (1994) co-author of study.
We all see our forests for the trees, but don't overlook ferns, says Elizabeth Farnsworth (1990).
Locally grown grains sound good, but how do they taste? Ellen Mallory's (2005) science was the focus of a blog post about the local grain economy of New England.
Evan Hansen (1996) co-authored a report saying there are more woes in store for Appalachian coal mining.
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