Current Fellows

Alyssa Battistoni - alyssa_battistoni@fas.harvard.edu
HUCE Environmental Fellow: 2019-2021
PhD, Political Science, Yale University
Faculty Host: Katrina Forrester, Government

Alyssa Battistoni is a political theorist working at the intersection between environmental politics, political economy, and feminist thought.

Marissa Elizabeth Grunes - mgrunes@fas.harvard.edu
Kernan Brothers Environmental Fellow: 2019-2021
PhD, English, Harvard University
Faculty Host: James Engell, English

Marissa Grunes is a scholar of American literature whose dissertation examines the intersection of architecture and environmentalism in nineteenth-century American culture.

Paul Ohno - pohno@fas.harvard.edu
HUCE Environmental Fellow: 2019-2021
PhD, Chemistry, Northwestern University
Faculty Host: Scot Martin, Earth and Planetary Sciences & John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Paul Ohno is a physical chemist studying the physical and chemical properties of secondary organic aerosol particles and the implications of these properties for the climate system.

Jon Proctor - jproctor1@fas.harvard.edu
French Environmental Fellow: 2019-2021
PhD, Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California, Berkeley
Faculty Host: Peter Huybers, James Stock,

Jon Proctor develops and pairs methods in econometrics, spatial statistics and machine learning with global socio-environmental datasets to empirically estimate the relationships that govern our climate and agricultural systems.

Jake Seeley - jacob_seeley@fas.harvard.edu
HUCE Environmental Fellow: 2018-2020
PhD Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of California, Berkeley
Faculty Host: Robin Wordsworth, Department of 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.

Adam Slavney - aslavney@fas.harvard.edu
HUCE Environmental Fellow: 2019-2021
PhD, Chemistry, Stanford University
Faculty Host: Jarad Mason, Chemistry and Chemical Biology

Adam Slavney is a chemist and materials scientist who makes and studies porous materials for the capture, storage, and chemical transformation of environmentally important gases.

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