- Ph.D., Student, Earth & Environment, Boston University
M.A., Remote Sensing & Geospatial Sciences, Boston University
B.A., Econometrics and Quantitative Economics, Astronomy, Wellesley College
Arden Radford is a PhD student in the department of Earth and Environment and a GCI fellow at the Boston University Global Development Policy Center (GDP Center). Her research interests at Boston University include understanding the impact of urban air pollution on human and ecological health using remote sensing and dispersion modeling techniques. At the GDP Center, Arden is investigating the impacts of China’s Belt and Road Initiative on energy generation emissions and local air quality.