Where are they now?

GCSC fellows graduate with a broad perspective on complex environmental issues and practical experience in cross-disciplinary problem-solving.

2011-12 Fellows
  • Vachel Carter, Ph.D, Geography – Department of Botany, Faculty of Science, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
  • Allison Chan, M.S., Biology – Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • Youcan Feng, Ph.D., Civil and Environmental Engineering, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  • Shima Hamidi, Ph.D., Metropolitan Planning, Policy, and Design – Director and Assistant Professor, Institute of Urban Studies, University of Texas at Arlington
  • John Heiberger, P.E. , Civil and Environmental Engineering, -Engineer and Project Manager at Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. Denver
  • Olivia Miller, Ph.D., Geology and Geophysics – Hydrologist, Utah Water Science Center, Salt Lake City
  • Timothy Price, Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering – Sr. R&D Engineer at Sandia National Laboratories
  • Gerald Schneider – Ph.D., Biology – Postdoctoral Researcher, Virginia Tech
  • Kyle Steffen, Ph.D., Mathematics – Postdoctoral Researcher, Oden Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences, U Texas, Austin
  • Thomas Walsh, Ph.D., Civil and Environmental Engineering – ¬†Engineer at Murray, Smith & Associates, Seattle
2012-13 Fellows
  • Kenneth Dudley, MS, Geography – GIS/RS Technician at Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
  • Derek Mallia, Ph.D., Atmospheric Sciences – Research Assistant Professor, U Utah Atmospheric Sciences
  • Sabrina McNew, Ph.D., Biology – Postdoctoral Fellow, Cornell Lab of Ornithology
2013-14 Fellows
  • Zachariah Levine, Ph.D., Metropolitan Planning, Policy, and Design – Community Development Director, Grand County, Utah