Below is a list of conference attendees.
Tihitina T. Andarge, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Belinda Archibong, Columbia University
Sarah C. Armitage, Harvard University
Clare A. Balboni, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Susanna B. Berkouwer, University of Pennsylvania
David P. Byrne, University of Melbourne
Ujjayant Chakravorty, Tufts University
Jonathan M. Colmer, University of Virginia
Josh T. Dean, University of Chicago
Karl W. Dunkle Werner, University of California at Berkeley
Ryan B. Edwards, Australian National University
Ram Fishman, Columbia University
Eyal G. Frank, University of Chicago
Aspen Fryberger Underwood, Clemson University
Teevrat Garg, University of California at San Diego
Jimena Gonzalez-Ramirez, Manhattan College
Nick Hagerty, University of California at Berkeley
Luciano Lavecchia, Banca d' Italia
Molly Lipscomb, University of Virginia
Nafisa Lohawala, University of Michigan
Grant R. McDermott, University of Oregon
Allen McGartland, Environmental Protection Agency
Robyn Meeks, Duke University
Ignacia Mercadal, Columbia University
Evan Michelson, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Kelly Neill, Rice University
Chenyu Qiu, University of Chicago
Matthias Rodemeier, University of Münster
Alberto Salvo, National University of Singapore
Jay Shimshack, University of Virginia
Verena Tiefenbeck, ETH Zurich
Shaoda Wang, University of Chicago
Stephanie M. Weber, Yale University
Brad Wible, Science Magazine

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