Current Fellows

Kelvin Bates - kelvin_bates@fas.harvard.edu
Kernan Brothers Environmental Fellow: 2017-2019
Ph.D. Chemistry, California Institute of Technology
Faculty Host: Daniel Jacob, Frank N. Keutsch, Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Kelvin Bates is an atmospheric chemist who investigates the interactions between biogenic and anthropogenic emissions and their contributions to smog formation.

Michael Ford - mjford@fas.harvard.edu
French Environmental Fellow: 2017-2019
Ph.D. Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University
Faculty Host: Daniel P. Schrag, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences; Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Michael Ford is an engineering and public policy scholar who examines the challenges and opportunities for nuclear energy in contributing to a low-carbon energy future.

Anthony Medrano - anthony_medrano@fas.harvard.edu
Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2017-2019
Ph.D. History, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Faculty Host: Sunil Amrith, Department of History

Anthony Medrano is a historian of the Asian marine environment who studies the interplay between people and fish, science and society, and technology and nature.

Rebecca Musgrave - rebeccaamusgrave@fas.harvard.edu
Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2017-2019
Ph.D. Inorganic Chemistry, University of Bristol (UK)
Faculty Host: Theodore Betley, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology

Rebecca Musgrave is a chemist and materials scientist interested in the synthesis of highly magnetic metal-containing polymers.

Jisung Park - jisungpark@fas.harvard.edu
Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2017-2019
Ph.D. Economics, Harvard University
Faculty Host: TBA, Department of Economics; Harvard Kennedy School

Jisung Park is an economist studying how climate change impacts economic productivity and human health.

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