Fellows In The News

Read about the work of Switzer Fellows making change and making headlines!

Vogel reports on study linking perinatal exposure to BPA and cancerous liver tumors later in life

Thursday, March 20 2014

Is BPA a carcinogen? Sarah Vogel (2002) wrote about a study linking perinatal exposure to liver tumors later in life.

Vogel quoted in Washington post article about how BPA still everywhere, mounting evidence suggests harmful effects

Thursday, March 20 2014

Sarah Vogel (2002) of the Environmental Defense Fund was quoted in a Washington Post article on how BPA is still everwhere and there is mounting evidence suggesting it has harmful effects.

Vogel lauds Walmart's push to eliminate hazardous chemicals from household products

Thursday, March 20 2014

Sarah Vogel (2002) lauded Walmart's efforts in 2013 to substitute ten key chemicals of concern with safer ingredients.

Mulvaney's company SupplyShift wins contract with Stonyfield to manage supply chain

Tuesday, March 18 2014

Stonyfield Farm Inc. has signed up with Santa Cruz-based SupplyShift to manage its supply chain.  The company was founded by Dustin Mulvaney (2004) and two other UC Santa Cruz Ph.D. graduates.

Gamble to be next northern country Civil Society Observer at the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility

Tuesday, March 18 2014

WWF has been elected to be the next northern country Civil Society Observer (CSO) at the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF) and will begin the two year term immediately with Lloyd Gamble (2003) as the delegate to the seat.

Hansen's work featured in new interview on Montana Public Radio

Tuesday, March 18 2014

In a feature interview with Montana Public Radio, Lara Hansen (1995) talked about her work and the climate change challenges ahead.

Project investigates effects of targeted grazing

Monday, March 17 2014

Maria Fernandez-Gimenez (1991) is part of a team that found targeted cattle grazing could reduce 'fine fuels' at heart of many prairie and forest fires.

Wolf says saving emperor penguins requires swift climate action

Monday, March 17 2014

Shaye Wolf (2000) published on the Huffington Post that saving emperor penguins requires swift climate action.