Students

STEP Fellows - PhD in Public Affairs

  • Tom Bearpark

  • Hélène M. Benveniste

  • Xu Chen

  • Nicolas Choquette-Levy

  • Christopher Crawford

  • Xiangwen Fu

  • Rohit Gupta

  • Zhongshu Li

  • Bing Lin

  • Shangwei Liu

  • Mayank Sarika Misra

  • Malini Nambiar

  • Paul Nix

  • Tamara Patton

  • Liqun Peng

  • Oladoyin Phillips

  • Pooja Ramamurthi

  • DJ Rasmussen

  • Melissa Tier

  • Henrietta Toivanen

  • Yujie Wu

  • Rachel Young

STEP-HMEI Fellows

  • Paris Blaisdell-Pijuan

      • HMEI-STEP Fellow 2020
      • Electrical Engineering
  • Claudia Brunner

      • HMEI-STEP Fellow 2019
      • Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
  • Kairui Feng

      • HMEI-STEP Fellow 2020
      • Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Michelle Frazer

      • HMEI-STEP 2016
      • Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (AOS)
  • Jeffrey Lee

      • HMEI-STEP Fellow 2020
      • Molecular Biology
  • Wenying Liao

      • HMEI-STEP Fellow 2018
      • Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
  • Katja Luxem

      • HMEI-STEP Fellow 2018
      • Geosciences
  • Da Pan

      • HMEI-STEP 2016
      • Civil & Environmental Engineering (CEE)
  • Tasman Powis

      • HMEI-STEP Fellow 2018
      • Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
  • Jane Smyth

      • HMEI-STEP Fellow 2019
      • Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences
  • Emily Wei-Hsin Sun

      • HMEI-STEP Fellow 2019
      • Civil and Enviromental Engineering
  • Yiheng Tao

      • HMEI-STEP Fellow 2018
      • Civil and Environmental Engineering

The Princeton School of Public and International Affairs offers a PhD in Public Affairs for students interested in Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy. The students reflected to the left are those admitted to the program working on environmental and energy policy under the advising of C-PREE Faculty.

Students in the section below are PhD candidates in other departments who have been selected for the PEI-STEP Fellowship. These students work with a C-PREE faculty adviser to add a policy dimension to their research.