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Larsen named one of eight Distinguished Faculty Fellows in Sustainability

Friday, August 23, 2013

Larsen named one of eight Distinguished Faculty Fellows in Sustainability

Larissa Larsen, associate professor in the Urban and Regional Planning Program and one of the most distinguished scholars in sustainability, recently accepted an invitation to join the inaugural cohort of Distinguished Faculty Fellows in Sustainability at the University of Michigan. Larsen’s two year term will begin in September 2013.

Based in the Graham Sustainability Institute, Larsen will be part of a new group of faculty fellows whose goal is to nourish and sustain an interdisciplinary, intellectually-rigorous conversation focused around problems in sustainability.

Visit the University of Michigan's sustainability website for more information on U-M’s sustainability initiatives.

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