Past Fellows

  • 2016: Bryan Duff, Senior Lecturer in Education and Coordinator of the Undergraduate Minor, and Noliwe Rooks, Associate Professor, Africana Studies and Feminist, Gender and Sexuality Studies and Director, Graduate Studies, Africana Studies and Research Center
  • 2015: James P. Lassoie, International Professor of Conservation, and Rebecca A. Seguin, Assistant Professor, Division of Nutritional Sciences 
  • 2014: Debra Castillo, Professor of Comparative Literature and Hispanic Studies, and Angela Gonzales, Deaprtment of Development Sociology
  • 2013: Shorna Allred, Department of Natural Resources and Elizabeth Berliner, College of Veterinary Medicine
  • 2012: Katherine McComas, Department of Communications and Elizabeth Stilwell, College of Human Ecology
  • 2011: Dwight Bowman, Professor of Parasitology, and Jack Elliot, Human Ecology
  • 2010: Mary Jo Dudley, Director, Cornell Farmworker Program, Department of Development Sociology, and Rebecca Stoltzfus, Professor, Division of Nutritional Sciences
  • 2009: Marcia Eames-Sheavly, Senior Extension Associate Lecturer, Department of Horticulture, and Cynthia Johnston Turner, Assistant Professor, Department of Music
  • 2008: Maria Cristina Garcia, Professor, Department of History, and Paul Eshelman & Gary Evans, Professors, Design & Environmental Analysis
  • 2007: Raymond Craib, Associate Professor, Department of History, and Ralph Christy, Professor of Emerging Markets, Department of Applied Economics and Management
  • 2006: Monroe Weber-Shirk, Senior Lecturer, Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Mary Katzenstein, Professor and Acting Chair, Department of Government
  • 2005: John Weiss, Associate Professor of History, and Linda S. Rayor, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Entomology
  • 2004: Winthrop Wetherbee, Professor Emeritus, Avalon Foundation Professor in the Humanities, and Therese O'Connor, Senior Lecturer, School of Hotel Administration
  • 2003: Paula Horrigan, Associate Professor, Landscape Architecture, and Carl Batt, Liberty Hyde Bailey Professor, Food Science
  • 2002: Michael Lounsbury, Assistant Professor, School of Industrial and Labor Relations, and Ken Reardon, Associate Professor, City and Regional Planning