Andrew Dutterer awarded Baldwin Scholarship
Andrew Dutterer, an ENVS Master’s student, was recently awarded The John and Karen Baldwin Family Scholarship in Environmental Planning by the Planning, Public Policy and Management (PPPM) Department. The scholarship, which was established in 2005 to “support graduate students enrolled in environmental planning in PPPM” who “have demonstrated…a known commitment to learning about and improving the environment” will provide assistance as Andrew begins his concurrent studies in the PPPM program next year. One of the scholarship’s namesakes, John H. Baldwin, served as the founding director of the Environmental Studies Program in addition to being a PPPM professor for 24 years.
More information about the Baldwin Scholarship is available here.