Graduate Summer Fellows Present Research at Pardee Center

The 2014 Pardee Graduate Summer Fellows presented their research on a broad variety of topics from sustainable livestock management to the use of remote sensing in mapping urbanization in China. The presentations on July 1st and 2nd marked the half-way point of this year’s Pardee Center Graduate Summer Fellowships, a 10-week program designed to give students from interdisciplinary backgrounds an opportunity for policy-relevant research. At the end of the summer, students will produce a research paper to be considered for publication in one of the Pardee Center’s publications series. More information on these and past summer fellows can be found on the Community page of our website.

Abhishek Sharma presents research on Hib vaccine in India

Lilly Havstad listens to Sarah Hill present research on sustainable livestock practices

Xiaoman Huang presents research on mapping urbanization in China