Addressing slum redevelopment issues in India, building a supplier dashboard for sustainable harvests, investing in smarter water resources in Sudan, and more. Final reports from the Ford School’s 2015 Dow Sustainability Fellows (names in bold) are now available:
- Addressing slum redevelopment issues in India by Michelle Hindman, Olivia Lu-Hill, Sean Murphy, Sneha Rao, Yash Shah, Zeqi Zhu
- The Illinois Nature Preserves Alliance by Max Aung, Matthew Bishop, Alyssa Cudmore, Rachel Hampton, Sarah Stellberg
- Approaches to sustainability framework by Christina Bonanni, Nadine Halabi, Insung Hwang, Mark Kroening
- A window into relationship coffee: Building a supplier dashboard for sustainable harvest by Joanna Herrmann, Danny Patton, John Serron, Chris Wolff
- Washtenaw Food Policy Council: Building the local food system by Daniel Bator, Cassandra Baxter, Jason Coleman, Remy Long, Marianna Kerppola
- Smarter water in Sudan: Which water resource to build and where? by Mohamed Elamin Abbadi, Helen Arefayne Hagos, Ashley Marie Hill, Rachel Aliana Jaffe, Selman Mujovic
Established through a six-year gift from The Dow Chemical Company, the Dow Sustainability Fellowship program supports full-time U-M graduate students and postdoctoral scholars who are committed to finding interdisciplinary, actionable, and meaningful sustainability solutions on local-to-global scales.