The Sarah and Daniel Hrdy Visiting Fellowship
in Conservation Biology at Harvard University
Applications for 2015-2016 Hrdy Visiting Fellowship are now closed.
About the Award
The Sarah and Daniel Hrdy Fellowship in Conservation Biology serves to support the study of conservation biology within the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University. The fellowship is awarded to an individual who will engage in scientific study and work in the Department of Organismic and Evolutonary Biology. The fellowship commences with an annual lecture in conservation biology by the distinguished individual chosen for the fellowship from outside Harvard University. It is the hope of the benefactors that this fellowship will have a strong and transformative effect on the study of conservation biology at Harvard, from the undergraduate to the senior teaching level.
Visiting Assistant Professor in Environmental Science and Public Policy
Ph.D., Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University
M.A., Wildlife Ecology/Conservation, University of Florida
Past Recipients of the Hrdy Fellowship and the Academic Year of Their Appointments.
Michael Russello, 2013-14
Helen James, 2011-12
Per Palsbøll, 2010-2011
H. Bradley Shaffer, 2009-10
Navjot Sodhi, 2008-09
David Roberts, 2007-08
Tamas Szekeley, 2006-07
Amy Dunham, 2005-06
Claus Wedekind, 2004-05
Richard Frankham, 2003-04
Andrew Torrance, 2002-03
Zoe Cardon, 2002-03
Manuel Lerdau, 2001-02
Callum Roberts, 2000-01
Matthew Hare, 1999-2000