SARAH HAIDÉE FERNÁNDEZ
Office: Bunche A158
Ph.D., Geography, UCLA, 2013; M.A., Geography, UCLA, 2007; B.A. (with honors), Latin American Studies [concentration in Ecology and the Environment], UCLA, 2002
Political Ecology, Cultural Geography, Environmental History, Development, Latin America
GRANTS AND AWARDS
Faucett Field Research Grant, 2011
Society of Woman Geographers Fellowship, 2010
Graduate Division Fellowship, 2010
Quality of Graduate Education SRM Grant, Summer 2009
Eugene Cota-Robles Fellowship, 2004-2008
Rosalind W. Alcott Scholarship, 2001-2002
Jean C. Cook Scholarship, 2001-2002
William Ortega Scholarship, 2001-2002
Campus Merit Scholarship (UCSC), 1997-1998
Fernandez, S.H. Looking at the Small Picture: Local Conservation Projects in the Ecuadorian Choco. Association of American Geographers Annual Conference. New York, February, 2012.
Fernandez, S.H. Losing the Indigenous Links: An Historical Geography of Coca in Ecuador. Association of American Geographers Annual Conference. San Francisco, April, 2007.
Fernandez, S.H. Coca Cultivation and Eradication: Effects on Culture and Environment in Ecuador. Association of American Geographers Annual Conference. Chicago, March, 2006.
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