2010-2011 WSSS Fellows

WSSS Fellows

Visit the Fellowships page for more information, deadlines, and application materials.

2013-2014 WSSS Fellows


Water for Healing: An Exploration of Health Baths and the City of Hot Springs, Arkansas
Nolan Nicaise, Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning

Advisor Cathy Stanton, Anthropology

The Effect of Precipitation on Atmospheric Particle Number Concentrations
Matt Simon, Civil and Environmental Engineering 

Advisor John Durant, Civil and Environmental Engineering

A Framework for Assessing Transboundary Water-Food-Energy Nexus Challenges in Central Asia: Mitigating Ecosystem Damage and Preventing Conflict  
Greg Sixt, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy

Advisor Tim Griffin, Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning

2012-2013 WSSS Fellows


Impact of Hydroelectric Dams on Indigenous Language Retention: A Case Study at Chixoy Dam
Noah Cohen-Cline, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy

Advisor Shinsuke Tanaka, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy

Building the Framework for a Pilot Study of Urine Diversion Systems in Falmouth
Lauren Cole, School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning

Advisor Scott Horsley, School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning

Estimating Domestic Water Demand in the West Bank, Palestine: Transforming understanding about domestic water use from basic needs to increasing resilience
Stephanie Galaitsis, School of Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Advisor Annette Huber-Lee, Independent Scholar and Senior Advisor, Stockholm Environment Institute

Simulation-Based Game Development for Experiential Learning in Water Management Systems
Margaret Kurth, School of Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Advisor Chris Rogers, School of Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering

Hydropower, Equity and Water Governance: A Case Study in Laos
Kate Olson, School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning

Advisor Annette Huber-Lee, Independent Scholar and Senior Advisor, Stockholm Environment Institute

Good governance at the intersection of water and climate change policy – can third parties prevent Lake Balkhash from becoming another Aral Sea disaster?
Lesley Pories, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy

Advisor William Moomaw, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy

A Post-Implementation Assessment of Clean Water Programs in Ecuador
Gabrielle String, School of Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering

Advisor Douglas Matson, School of Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering

Stream Flow Depletion in Beaver Brook and the Impact of Implementing Sustainable Yield Guidelines
Adam Weinberg, School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning

Advisor Robert Russell, School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning

Additional Fellowships

2011-2012 Fellows

2010-2011 Fellows




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