Article by Joy Drohan, Eco-Write, LLC Photo courtesy of Robert Ddamulira April 22, 2020

Editor’s note: The Delaware Environmental Institute’s Environmental Fellows Program supports doctoral students carrying out environmentally relevant research at the University of Delaware. The goal of the two-year program is to help prepare students whose scientific research and interests demonstrate a clear link to societal needs and benefits. On Wednesday, April 22, to coincide with Earth Day, UDaily is republishing profiles of some Fellows. The next cohort of DENIN Environmental Fellows will be chosen in June 2020.

Robert Ddamulira came to the University of Delaware for his doctorate with literally a world of experience. He worked for nine years for the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) based out of Uganda and

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