Alumni Fellows and Interns

2016 - 2017

  • Gerardo Cedillo-Servin

    Gerardo Cedillo-Servin

    UPenn Alumnus, Vagelos Integrated Program in Energy Research

    PPEH Fellow 2016-2017

    Gerardo is an undergraduate student in the Vagelos Integrated Program in Energy Research, pursuing a dual degree in Chemistry and Materials Sci

  • Shereen Chang

    Shereen Chang

    Doctoral Candidate, Philosophy

    PPEH Fellow 2016-2017

    Shereen Chang is a PhD candidate in Philosophy investigating how people reason about cognition and what can be learnt from research in animal cognition.

  • Akudo Ejelonu

    Akudo Ejelonu

    Doctoral Candidate, Demography

    PPEH Fellow 2016-2017

    Akudo Ejelonu completed a dual degree in Public Health and Environmental Studies (MPH/MES) and has interests in community service, social justice, medicine, and global health.

  • Billy Fleming

    Billy Fleming

    Wilks Family Director, The McHarg Center

    PPEH Fellow 2016-2017

    Billy is a doctoral candidate in City and Regional Planning with a background in landscape architecture and urban policy development.

  • Tabeen Hossain

    Tabeen Hossain

    UPenn Alumnus, Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) and Environmental Studies

    PPEH Fellow 2016-2017

    Tabeen Hossain (C'17) is double-majoring in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) and Environmental Studies with a minor in I

  • Gregory Koutnik

    Gregory Koutnik

    Doctoral Candidate, Political Science

    PPEH Fellow 2016-2017
  • Kaushik Ramu

    Kaushik Ramu

    Doctoral Candidate, Comparative Literature & Literary Theory

    PPEH Fellow 2016-2017

    Kaushik Ramu is a PhD candidate in the Program in Comparative Literature and Literary Theory, at the University of Pennsylvania.

2015 - 2016

  • Brooke Stanley

    Brooke Stanley

    English Ph.D.

    PPEH Fellow 2015-2016

    Brooke Stanley earned their Ph.D. in English at the University of Pennsylvania. They work on postcolonial ecocriticism and contemporary fiction, particularly southern African.

  • Steve Dolph

    Steve Dolph

    Hispanic & Portuguese Studies Ph.D.

    PPEH Fellow 2015-2016

    Steve Vásquez Dolph earned a doctorate in literary studies from the Hispanic & Portuguese Studies Department at the University of Pennsylvania in April, 2017. His research look

  • Carolyn Fornoff

    Carolyn Fornoff

    Spanish & Portuguese Ph.D.

    PPEH Fellow 2015-2016

    Carolyn Fornoff earned her Ph.D. in Spanish & Portuguese with her dissertation,Species Sadness: Sex, Politics and Nonhuman Creativity in Latin America.

  • Ayla Fudala

    Ayla Fudala

    UPenn Alumnus, English Language and Literature and Environmental Studies

    PPEH Fellow 2015-2016

    Ayla Fudala (C'16) is interested in combining her two passions, writing and the environment.

  • Shams Haidari

    Shams Haidari

    UPenn Alumnus, Political Science and History

    PPEH Fellow 2015-2016

    Shams Haidari (C’16) was a Political Science and History double major, interested in Middle Eastern governance, energy production, and energy trade.