Jenny Eav (GHE ’14) and a colleague from INCLEN placing stove use monitors on a traditional mud chullah. Jenny’s research project focuses on evaluating a new platform for monitoring stove use.

Photo courtesy of Jenny Eav

Local woman preparing chapatis using a traditional mud chullah in Haryana, India. Jenny Eav’s (GHE ’14) research project involved field testing a new platform for monitoring stove use.

Photo courtesy of Jenny Eav

Tomás León (GHE ’14) and a local student from Khon Kaen University take environmental samples from ponds and lakes in northeast Thailand to study liver flukes. Tomás is interested in how environmental factors influence the transmission cycle of the parasite.

Photo courtesy of Tomás León

Local fishermen beach seining for Nile perch on Mfangano Island, Kenya. Erika Gavenus’s (GHE ’14) project focuses on the relationships between fishery dynamics and health outcomes among rural communities of Lake Victoria.

Photo courtesy of Erika Gavenus

In Uttar Pradesh, India, a doctor operates a local tele-medicine health center operated using web-camera consultations with doctors in Delhi – a strategy to reach remote areas with quality reproductive health care, from Anne Berg Villumsen’s (GHE ’13) project improving access to contraception throughout India.

Photo courtesy of Anne Berg Villumsen

Coal stove in peri-urban Chinese community monitored as part of Anna Zimmermann’s (GHE ’13) research evaluating how household biomass and coal use contributes to outdoor air pollution.

Photo courtesy of Anna Zimmermann

Fisherman catching undersized Nile perch on Mfangano Island, Kenya from Erin Milner’s (GHE ’13) research assessing the impacts of ecological changes in Lake Victoria on livelihoods and child nutrition.

Photo courtesy of Erin Milner

Measuring infant growth indicators in a rural Kenyan community from Erin Milner’s (GHE ’13) research assessing the impacts of ecological changes in Lake Victoria on livelihoods and child nutrition.

Photo courtesy of Erin Milner

Fieldwork photo by Qianyi Li (GHE ’12) for the project “Social and cultural factors modifying the transmission of Schistosomiasis in Yi communities of Sichuan Province of China”

Photo courtesy of Qianyi Li

Fieldwork photo by Qianyi Li (GHE ’12) for the project “Social and cultural factors modifying the transmission of Schistosomiasis in Yi communities of Sichuan Province of China”

Photo courtesy of Qianyi Li

Computer repairman soldering a circuit board on his lap — from Georgia Green’s (GHE ’11) fieldwork on electronic waste workers in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire

Photo courtesy of Georgia Green

A group of workers huddles around a fire, some sitting on computer chassis, alongside the Ebrie Lagoon. The foreground shows a field used to burn plastic waste. — from Georgia Green’s GHE ’11) fieldwork on electronic waste workers in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire

Photo courtesy of Georgia Green

Courtney Smith (GHE ’11) stands in front of mines on the outskirts of Langzhou, the capital of Gansu Province in China, touted as one of the most polluted cities in the world. In 2010, Smith met with NGOs, government officials, and academics throughout China to discuss environmental health and justice issues as part of the Vermont Law School Chinese Environment Justice Fellowship.

Photo courtesy of Courtney Smith

Map depicting Courtney Smith’s (GHE ’11) research on heat vulnerability in San Francisco, commissioned by the San Francisco Department of Public Health.

Image courtesy of Courtney Smith

Linda Dix-Cooper (GHE ’10) with Guatemalan study team members.

Photo courtesy of Linda Dix-Cooper

6-year-old Guatemalan girl taking a seeing eye exam before her neurobehavioral interview – as part of Linda Dix-Cooper’s (GHE ’10) fieldwork in Guatemala.

Photo courtesy of Linda Dix-Cooper

A view of the Guatemalan countryside while visiting schools to recruit participants and transport them to the clinic. – Linda Dix-Cooper (GHE ’10).

Photo courtesy of Linda Dix-Cooper