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    Elsa Ordway

    HUCE Environmental Fellow: 2018-2020
    PhD Earth System Science, Stanford University
    Current Position: Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Los Angeles (Starting July 2021)

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

    Gillian Osborne

    Gillian Osborne

    Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2015-2017
    PhD English, University of California, Berkeley
    Current Position: Lecturer, Harvard Extension School and Senior Curriculum Specialist, Poetry in America

    Gillian Osborne is a literary scholar whose research interests include American and Romantic literature, poetry and poetics, and the environmental humanities.... Read more about Gillian Osborne

    David Romps

    David Romps

    Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2006-2008
    PhD Physics, Harvard University, 2005
    Current Position: Goldman Distinguished Chair in the Physical Sciences; Professor, Department of Earth and Planetary Science; and Director, Berkeley Atmospheric Sciences Center, UC Berkeley

    David Romps is a string theorist with a deeper interest in global climate change.... Read more about David Romps

    Kelsey Sakimoto

    Kelsey Sakimoto

    Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2016-2018
    PhD Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley
    Current Position: Founder and Science Director, Kula Bio

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

    Mauricio Santillana

    Mauricio Santillana

    Henson Environmental Fellow: 2008-2010
    PhD Computational and Applied Mathematics, University of Texas-Austin, 2008
    Current Position: Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School; Faculty member, Computational Health Informatics Program at Boston Children's Hospital; Associate, Harvard Institute for Applied Computational Science

    Mauricio Santillana is an applied mathematician and physicist with a passion for getting involved in multi-disciplinary research projects aimed at understanding the impact of human activities on our environment as well as global climate change. He has a deep interest in creating bridges between mathematics and its applications, particularly within the engineering community.... Read more about Mauricio Santillana

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