Current Fellows

Sebastian D. Eastham - seastham@fas.harvard.edu
NOAA Climate and Global Change Fellow: 2015-2017
Ph.D. Aeronautics and Astronautics, MIT
Faculty Host: Daniel Jacob, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Sebastian Eastham is an environmental scientist interested in the transport and impacts of pollutants and trace species over long distances through the atmosphere.

Evan Hepler-Smith - hepler@fas.harvard.edu
Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2016-2018
Ph.D. History of Science, Princeton University
Faculty Host: David Jones, History of Science; Global Health and Social Medicine

Evan Hepler-Smith is a historian of science who studies the management of data and information in the chemical sciences and chemical regulation.

Evan Herrnstadt - eherrnstadt@fas.harvard.edu
Kernan Brothers Environmental Fellow: 2015-2017
Ph.D Economics, University of Michigan
Faculty Host: Ariel Pakes, Department of Economics

Evan Herrnstadt is an economist interested in the design and performance of energy and natural resource markets.

Melissa E. Kemp - mkemp@fas.harvard.edu
National Science Foundation Environmental Fellow: 2015-2017
Ph.D Biology, Stanford University
Faculty Host: Jonathan Losos, Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology

Melissa Kemp is an evolutionary biologist who uses the fossil record and historical data to investigate species responses to global change phenomena.

Brian Lander - brianlander@fas.harvard.edu
Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2015-2017
Ph.D East Asian Languages and Literatures, Columbia University
Faculty Host: Rowan Flad, Department of Anthropology

Brian Lander employs textual, archaeological and paleoecological sources to study the human impact on the environment in ancient China.

Daniel Madigan - danieljmadigan@fas.harvard.edu
French Environmental Fellow: 2015-2017
Ph.D Biology, Stanford University
Faculty Host: James J. McCarthy, Elsie Sunderland, Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology; School of Public Health

Dan Madigan is a marine ecologist interested in the interaction between pelagic ecology, contaminant transfer in food webs, fisheries, and anthropogenic environmental change.

Laura J. Martin - lauramartin@fas.harvard.edu
Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2015-2017
Ph.D Natural Resources, Cornell University
Faculty Host: Peter L. Galison, Department of the History of Science

Laura Jane Martin is a historian and ecologist who studies the cultural and political dimensions of ecological management.

Kaighin McColl
Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2016-2018
Ph.D. Civil and Environmental Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Faculty Host: Zhiming Kuang, Earth & Planetary Sciences

Kaighin McColl is a hydrologist who studies the terrestrial water cycle and its coupling with the atmosphere.

Prineha Narang
Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2016-2018
Ph.D. Applied Physics, California Institute of Technology (Caltech)
Faculty Host: Alán Aspuru-Guzik, Chemistry and Chemical Biology

Prineha Narang is a physicist and material scientist interested in the theoretical fundamentals of nanoscale energy transfer.

Gillian Osborne - gosborne@fas.harvard.edu
Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2015-2017
Ph.D English, University of California, Berkeley
Faculty Host: James Engell, Department of English

Gillian Osborne is a literary scholar interested in nineteenth-century American and Romantic literature, the history of popular botany, and contemporary ecopoetics.

Kelsey Sakimoto - kelsey_sakimoto@fas.harvard.edu
Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2016-2018
Ph.D. Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley
Faculty Host: Pamela Silver, Daniel G. Nocera, Medical School; Chemistry and Chemical Biology

Kelsey Sakimoto is a chemist interested in the sustainable production of fertilizer and beneficial soil microorganisms through solar energy for use in modern agriculture.

Daniel Zizzamia - zizzamia@fas.harvard.edu
Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2016-2018
Ph.D. History, Montana State University
Faculty Host: Ian J. Miller, History

Daniel Zizzamia is a historian of the American West interested in the intersection of history and the earth sciences in environmental politics and natural resource policy.

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