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Hauling charcoal, studying conservation in Kenya

May 5, 2014
By William Foreman Zach Petroni (BA '13) believes that to truly know something, you have to experience it. So that's why he spent some time working as a charcoal hauler in Kenya, loading huge bags of the fuel on a rusty fixed-gear bike and...

Ford School expands scope of education policy research

Oct 19, 2011
Over the past year, significant new research and post-doctoral training grants added to the already active slate of education policy initiatives underway at the Ford School. In May, Susan M. Dynarski and Brian A. Jacob received a $250,000 grant...

External fellowships

Other sources of fellowship support Over the years, many Ford School students have received fellowships from a number of government and professional organizations. These include resources for students from diverse backgrounds, traditionally...