PIONEERING WORK OF ASU FACULTY MEMBER WINS HARVARD ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH FELLOWSHIP. BY MARISASSA HUTH, Communications Specialist, School for the Future of Innovation in Society. | NOVEMBER 15, 2018
As a new Arizona State University faculty member, Kirk Jalbert came armed with an array of multidisciplinary experiences and a zeal for exploring how local communities respond to environmental issues. After joining the faculty in June, he was poised to dive into an academic’s traditional quest for funding and support for his research — until opportunity came knocking.
News arrived that Jalbert was awarded a three-year JPB Environmental Health Fellowship from Harvard University’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health. The program is designed to foster a generation of leaders working on complex environmental health problems in vulnerable communities. Read more here.