Conor Gately awarded Rappaport Public Policy Summer Fellowship

in 2014, April-14, Awards, Graduate students
April 4th, 2014

Earth & Environment graduate student Conor Gately was recently awarded a Rappaport Publicy Policy Summer Fellowship for the upcoming summer.

The Rappaport Institute, a part of the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, awards the Public Policy Summer Fellowship award for graduate students from schools in the Greater Boston Area.

The award is designed to promote innovation in public policy and governance by giving future leaders access to state and local agencies. With this access, the Summer Fellows can pursue a variety of projects to fit their particular areas of interest.

Gately will spend the summer working with the City of Boston to improve their spatial information on traffic congestion and estimates of on-road CO2 emissions.