Read about the work of Switzer Fellows making change and making headlines!
Amy Luers (2000) wants us to tread carefully when linking extreme weather to climate crisis.
Brenda Zollitsch (2009) took on the Superhero personna of "Black Mamba" to compete in the Mayo Arts Center fundraising event, Superhero Lady Armwrestlers of Portland (SLAP) in Portland, Maine.
How much is coal costing Pennsylvania? Evan Hansen (1996) and his colleagues at Downstream Strategies found out.
Beckie Menten (2008) is the new Energy Efficiency Coordinator for the Marin Energy Authority.
Asa Bradman (1996) has found high formaldehyde levels at Bay Area day care centers.
Ann Grodnik Nagle (2004) is now Senior Energy and Sustainability Advisor at Shaw Environmental in Madison.
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.
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