Class of '64 Summer Fellowships for 2007
The Class of 1964 Summer Fellowship supports summer travel and fieldwork by Yale juniors and seniors who have an interest in the environment. The Class of 1964 Summer Fellowship Committee is co-chaired by Frank Basler and Mike Price.
- Natalie Alegre, Environmental Studies, Saybrook, 2008, traveled to south-central Peru to study the effectiveness of four development projects.
- Eric Bloom, Architecture, Morse College, 2008, plans to be an architect, and traveled to Montreal to work on graphic mapping showing effects of industry and climate change on different areas of North America.
- Angel Hertslet, Environmental Studies, Timothy Dwight, 2008, worked in Honduras' Cusuco National Park doing taxonomic studies and monitoring the Park's biodiversity.
- Karin Lee, Political Science and International Studies, Ezra Stiles, 2000, went to Montreal to work with the United Nations Environment Program as a BioDiversity Project intern.
Below are links to their reports, submitted in November 2007.
- Natalie Alegre, "Social Aspects Of Sustainable Development Initiatives Undertaken By The Peruvian Government In The Southern Andes"
- Eric Bloom, "Graphic Mapping of Effects of Industry and Climate Change"
- Angel Hertslet, "Bio-Diversity Studies in Honduras' Cusuco National Park"
- Karin Lee, "Experiences as a BioDiversity Project Intern with the United United Nations Environment Program"