Read about the work of Switzer Fellows making change and making headlines!
Elizabeth Farnsworth's (1990) new guide to New England ants is out.
Evan Hansen's (1996) work on coal's inevitable decline in West Virginia was cited in a major editorial.
Amy Luers (2000) and Nicole Heller (2004) were featured in an article on challenges women working in the climate sciences face.
Watch our own Joe Aldy (2003) lay out what climate change means for the US in clear, succinct language.
Cincinnati is adopting policies to develop green water infrastructure and train workers in line with policies Jeremy Hays (2001) has suggested.
Peter Sterling (1998) says health insurance exchanges could result in a cost spike for Vermonters in 2014.
Sandy hit New York City's poor and minorities hardest... as predicted, says Hugh Hogan (1998).
Has Salvador Jorgensen (2002) uncovered the mating hot spot of great white sharks?
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