Sustainability Science Program

Empedocle Maffia Fellowship Recipients

Empedocle Maffia Fellowship Recipients

The Italian Ministry of Environment, Land and Sea in conjunction with Harvard’s Sustainability Science Program have established a fellowship to support one Mid-Career Master in Public Administration student and one student in any of HKS's two-year degree programs. This fellowship provides tuition and fees support and an annual stipend for living expenses for incoming admitted Italian citizens who already have practical experience working on international environment and development policy issues and who intend to pursue careers in environment and development after graduation from the Kennedy School of Government. This fellowship was established to honor the legacy of Empedocle Maffia, a distinguished Italian, who held positions in academia, the public sector, and journalism.

Michele Lunati
Master in Public Administration candidate (2015)

Raffaele Mauro

Mid-Career Master in Public Administration candidate (2014)

Michele Mussoni
Mid-Career Master in Public Administration candidate (2013)

Livio Valenti
Master in Public Policy candidate (2013)

Lucilla Bruni
Master in Public Administration in International Development candidate (2012)

Christian Guadagni
Mid-Career Master in Public Administration candidate (2012)

Pietro Rabassi
Master in Public Administration candidate (2012)

Manfredi Caltagirone
Master in Public Administration (2011)

Filippo Cavassini
Master in Public Policy (2011)

Chiara Salghini
Master in Public Administration (2011)

Fabio Daneri
Mid-Career Master in Public Administration (2009)

Massimiliano Santini
Master in Public Administration in International Development (2008)

Gloria Visconti
Mid-Career Master in Public Administration (2008)