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September 6, 2012

Announcing 2012-13 CLF Predoctoral Fellows

The Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future (CLF) has awarded fellowships to 17 Johns Hopkins University doctoral students for the 2012–2013 academic year. The Center’s Fellowship program was established in 2003 to support doctoral students at Johns Hopkins University who are committed to the discovery and/or application of knowledge about the public health challenges associated with our current food system, and/or about creating a healthier and more resilient food system.

Recipients of the Centers Doctoral Fellowships are: Patrick Baron, a second-year doctoral student in Environmental Health Sciences; Joan Casey, a fourth-year doctoral student in Environmental Health Sciences; Wei-ting Chen, a fifth-year doctoral student in Sociology; Megan Clayton, a third-year doctoral student in Health, Behavior and Society; Benjamin Davis, a first-year doctoral student in Environmental Health Sciences; Elisabeth Donaldson, a second-year doctoral student in Health, Behavior and Society; Kevin Fain, a second-year doctoral student in Epidemiology; Jennifer Hartle, a fifth-year doctoral student in Environmental Health Sciences; Linnea Laestadius, a fourth-year doctoral student in Health Policy and Management; Lisa Lagasse, a fourth-year doctoral student in Health, Behavior and Society; Katherine Lee, a third-year doctoral student in Health, Behavior and Society; Rebecca Nachman, a sixth-year doctoral student in Environmental Health Sciences; Melissa Poulsen, a third-year doctoral student in International Health; Sarah Rodman, a second-year doctoral student in Health Policy and Management; Amber Summers, a fifth-year doctoral student in Health, Behavior and Society; Patti Truant, a third-year doctoral student in Health Policy and Management; and Julia Wolfson, a first-year doctoral student in Health Policy and Management. 

Each CLF Doctoral Fellowship award provides one year of support in an amount up to $68,000 to be used for tuition, stipend, and/or research expenses, depending on individual needs. Students are eligible for support during any stage of their doctoral program and must be enrolled in any one of the divisions of Johns Hopkins University in a PhD, ScD, or DrPH program. The Center's Doctoral Fellowship Program, now in its ninth year, is made possible through the generous support of an anonymous donor.