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Other Institutional Affiliations: Social Exclusion Lab
Postdoctoral Research Associate, InCEES
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Postdoctoral Researcher, Public Health/Fisheries Ecology
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As a postdoc, Ivy is focused on implementing an intervention in coastal Kenya that addresses malnutrition and its intersections with fisheries sustainability. Her research interests include rural food production systems and livelihood security in low income countries, social-ecological interactions, and subsistence agriculture adaptation and resilience to climate change.
JD Candidate, Energy and Environmental Law Society
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I am a law student dedicated to pursuing public interest environmental law. I will be spending my summer working with the USDA Office of General Counsel and I am excited to pursue my passion, working at the intersection of rural equity, environmental sustainability, and social justice.
JD Candidate, Law
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I will be co-president of the Energy and Environmental Law Society (EELS) at the law school for the '20-'21 academic year. My undergraduate research was conducted at Argonne National Laboratory and focused on organic carbon prediction methodology in the permafrost region. My work experience includes lab and field technician work for the DOE and work with university sustainability education programming, and I will be working as a legal extern for the EPA Office of Regional Counsel in Chicago during summer 2020.
JD Candidate, December 2021
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Other institutional affiliations: Tyson Research Center; Goodman Theatre Company; Missouri Sierra Club
PhD Candidate, Anthropology
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I study environmental archaeology in Southwest China. It is about how climate change affected the rise and fall of an archaeological settlement, or more broadly of a regional civilization.
Other institutional affiliations: Dept. of Anthropology's Geoarchaeology Lab.
PhD Candidate, Social Work
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Chris Weatherly is a 3rd year doctoral student in social work at the Brown School as well as a licensed clinical social worker. His research focuses on the impact of climate change on mental health, specifically looking at this intersection from a system dynamics perspective.