Fellows In The News

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

Grove co-authors study on how urban lawn care habits vary across country

Tuesday, March 11 2014

J. Morgan Grove (1993) co-authored a national U.S. study that reveals how urban lawn care habits vary.

 

Wheeler and team envision Maine neighborhood as green tourism hotspot

Tuesday, March 11 2014

Stephen Wheeler (1994) and a team of his students from UC Davis traveled to Portland, Maine, where they say the India Street neighborhood could be an internationally known "ecodistrict."

Klee awaiting confirmation as next commissioner of Connecticut's Department of Energy and Environmental Protection

Tuesday, March 11 2014

Robert Klee (2001) is awaiting confirmation as the next commissioner of Connecticut's Department of Energy and Environmental Protection. He says the state faces big shifts on energy and recycling.

Stabinsky offers "different perspective" to Nepali student who built agriculture-supported schools at home

Tuesday, March 11 2014

Doreen Stabinsky (1991) offered a "different perspective" during his education, says a College of the Pacific student who was one of the finalists for the 2013 Unilever Sustainable Living Young Entrepreneur Awards.

Bozzi says new restaurant in West Virginia to become "food hub" for local farmers

Tuesday, March 11 2014

Laura Bozzi (2011) says a new restaurant in West Virginia run by Appalachian Mountain Advocates will become a "food hub" for local farmers.

Hsu presented 2014 Environmental Performance Index at Davos

Monday, March 10 2014

Director and Lead Author Angel Hsu (2012) launched the 2014 Environmental Performance Index at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos. 

Merrick encourages parents to focus on "loose parts" instead of plastic play equipment in Wall Street Journal article on 'playscapes'

Monday, March 10 2014

Christy Merrick (1999) advocates for a more naturalistic approach to play equipment in a recent Wall Street Journal article on 'playscapes,' saying 'loose parts' lead to richer play.

Hansen, Mulvaney fracking research highlighted on Yale Environment 360

Tuesday, February 25 2014

Evan Hansen (1996) and Dustin Mulvaney's (2004) research on the dangers of wastewater from hydraulic fracturing wastewater was profiled on the Yale Environment 360 site.