Congratulations to Leah Harris, Kelly Lange, and Christiane Schroeter - recipients of the 2013 Sylvia Lane Mentor Fellowship Awards.
Leah Harris from Michigan State University will be working with mentor Kathy Baylis from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on their working paper "Matching Policy and Place: Comparing the effectiveness of conservation instruments in different policy settings"
Kelly Lange from Virginia Tech will be working with mentor Lori Lynch from the University of Maryland on research analyzing the ways in which U.S. farmers allocate conservation easement funds among various investment alternatives
Christiane Schroeter from California Polytechnic State University will be working with mentor Timothy Richards from Arizona State University on their working paper "Estimating the Relationship between Social Networks and Obesity"
To learn more about the Sylvia Lane Mentor Fellowship, visit the Sylvia Lane Special Purpose Fund website. We would like to thank all of the donors to the Sylvia Lane Special Purpose Fund for generously supporting the fund and allowing the AAEA Trust to grant these mentor fellowships!