Pardee Center Welcomes 12 New Faculty Research Fellows

The Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future is pleased to announce its 2024 Faculty Research Fellows.

With seed funding from the Pardee Center, the 12 new Faculty Research Fellows will launch one- to two-year interdisciplinary research projects. The projects were selected by an interdisciplinary committee of Pardee Center-affiliated faculty. Over the course of their projects, the Fellows will produce publications and lead Pardee Center-sponsored seminars, conferences, and workshops related to their research.

The new Faculty Research Fellows and their projects are:

Forecasting the Future of the Blue Economy and Conservation in the Gulf of Maine:
Prof. Ethan Deyle (Biology) and Prof. Sucharita Gopal (Earth & Environment)

A Research Initiative on Faith and Climate Change:
Prof. Adil Najam (Pardee School of Global Studies)

Sant’Egidio’s Role in Guatemala’s Peace Process:
Prof. Rachel Nolan (Pardee School of Global Studies)

The Future of Maritime Trade: Navigating Risk and Uncertainty:
Prof. Kaija Schilde (Pardee School of Global Studies) and Prof. Rosella Cappella Zielinski (Political Science)

Eating to Change the World:
Prof. Benjamin Siegel (History)

What Lies Beyond Built Infrastructure? Trauma-informed Planning (TIP) in Municipal and Regional Climate Recovery and Resilience:
Prof. Yesim Sungu-Eryilmaz (City Planning & Urban Affairs), Prof. Danielle Rousseau (Criminal Justice), and Prof. Luis E. Santiago (City Planning & Urban Affairs)

Urban Violence and Resilience in the Americas: Bridging Transnational Research on Guns, Drugs, and Civic Engagement:
Prof. Ana Villarreal (Sociology)

Assessing India’s Rise in Comparison to China: Will India Become the Next Superpower in the World?:
Prof. Min Ye (Pardee School of Global Studies)