Margaret Hendrick, a 2013 Graduate Summer Fellow at the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future, has accepted a post-doctoral associate position with the Boston University Institute for Sustainable Energy (ISE) beginning in Fall 2016. The ISE is a university-wide institute, administered by the Questrom School of Business, that assists and promotes faculty research, and enhances BU’s curricular offerings and communication products related to sustainable energy.
After completing her undergraduate degree at Reed College and her M.S. at the University of Montana, Margaret joined Professor Nathan Phillips’s Lab in the Department of Earth and Environment in Fall 2011. Margaret is currently finishing her Ph.D. with Prof. Phillips where she investigates issues surrounding climate and energy policy, and specifically the environmental and political impacts of continued investment in and consumption of natural gas fuels. She defends her dissertation in late July. Margaret will be working on a number of research topics at the Institute for Sustainable Energy spanning sustainable energy, energy efficiency, urban planning, and climate change policy.