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.

Jemma Deer - jemmadeer@fas.harvard.edu
HUCE Environmental Fellow: 2018-2020
Ph.D. English, University of Sussex, United Kingdom
Faculty Host: Verena Conley, Comparative Literature

Jemma Deer works at the intersection of literary studies, deconstruction, and the environmental humanities. She is interested in the ways in which current ecological crises such as climate change, extinction, and biodiversity loss are working to transform the ways we understand the world and our place within it.

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.

Jesse Jenkins - jesse_jenkins@hks.harvard.edu
HUCE Environmental Fellow: 2018-2020
Ph.D. Engineering Systems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Institute for Data Systems and Society
Faculty Host: William Hogan, Harvard Kennedy School

Jesse Jenkins harnesses optimization methods and empirical data to improve planning, operations, regulation, and policy in the rapidly evolving electricity sector. He focuses in particular on two important trends: the transition to zero-carbon power systems and the proliferation of distributed energy resources. 

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.

Elsa Ordway - eordway@g.harvard.edu
HUCE Environmental Fellow: 2018-2020
Ph.D. Earth System Science, Stanford University
Faculty Host: Paul Moorcroft, Organismic and Evolutionary Biology

Elsa Ordway is an Earth system scientist studying the interactions between ecological processes, human transformation of the land, and climate change in tropical forests.

Jake Seeley -
HUCE Environmental Fellow: 2018-2020
Ph.D. Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of California, Berkley
Faculty Host: Robin Wordsworth, Earth and Planetary Sciences; Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Jake Seeley is an atmospheric physicist who studies the interactions between convection, clouds, radiation, and climate.

A.R. Siders - arsiders@fas.harvard.edu
HUCE Environmental Fellow: 2018-2020
Ph.D. Environment and Resources, Stanford University
Faculty Host: Jesse M. Keenan, Graduate School of Design

A.R. Siders is an interdisciplinary lawyer and scientist exploring the practice of coastal relocation as a strategy to adapt to global climate change.

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