Read about the work of Switzer Fellows making change and making headlines!
Donna Vorhees (1992) saw firsthand in oil fields of Nigeria why pollution risks are worse for developing world women.
Asa Bradman (1996) co-authored a paper in Nature about why breast-feeding Neanderthals would get top marks from today's pediatricians.
John Berger (1988) published "Pathways to 100 Percent Renewable Energy" on RenewableEnergyWorld.com.
Asa Bradman's (1996) work on environmental exposures in child care facilities wass the focus of an Environmental Health Perspectives article.
Sarah Reed's (2006) study on premium open space brings to home prices in Colorado's land-conservation developments was picked up by the Wall Street Journal.
Brian Beal (1992) was quoted on how recreational and working waterfronts are clashing in Surry, Maine, over a company's shellfish bid.
Joe Aldy (2003) quoted in PRI story about federal report that shows EPA regulations produce more economic benefits than costs.
Students are conducting hands-on research on Deer Isle (Maine) causeway clam flats under Brian Beal's (1992) guidance.
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