2003 – 2004 TIE Fellows


Environmental Planning Grants

Faculty: Richard Vogel (School of Engineering), Michael Reed (School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Biology)
Students: Nina Fefferman (School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Biology)

Modeling optimal wetland design for multiple endangered Hawaiian waterbirds

Faculty and Staff: Gretchen Kaufman, Peter Daszak, Christine Jost, and Colin Gillen (Dept. of Environmental and Population Health, TUSVM); Denise Castronovo (Academic Technology); and Mark Woodin (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering)
Students: Lisa Naples (Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine)

Investigating the impacts of disease on conservation at the ecosystem level: A multi dimensional challenge in Chitwan Nepal and Nazenga, Burkina Faso


Environmental Graduate Fellowships

Melinda Franceschini
School of Arts and Sciences
Department of Biology

Glucocorticoid analysis as a potential biomarker of chronic contaminant exposure in wildlife

Karin Hamilton and Jennifer Zambriski
Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine

The effects of human-elephant conflict on elephant health and conservation in Nepal

Heather Barnes Kirkpatrick
School of Arts and Sciences
Department of Urban Environmental Policy and Planning

Sustainable energy as a long term university strategy

Randi Rotjan
School of Arts and Sciences
Department of Biology

Caribbean coral reef health and communities: The effects of global climate change on butterfly fish feeding ecology and associated coral response

Kayo Tajima
Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program

Urbanization, resource management, and the environment: Historical perspective from vegetable production in early-modern Japan