Haynes Stephens

Research Fellow

Haynes Stephens is a research intern who recently completed his PhD in Geophysical Sciences at the University of Chicago. There, he studied the societal impacts of climate change, specifically using computer models and machine learning techniques to study how the future climate could affect U.S. corn production. He also worked as a graduate researcher at the Center for Robust Decision-making on Climate and Energy Policy and participated in the National Science Foundation Data Science for Energy and Environmental Research program. Outside of research, Haynes served as the Vice President of the U Chicago Science Policy Group.

Following his grad school experience, Haynes is focused on addressing the causes of climate change—carbon emissions—and supporting the transition to net-zero energy systems by conducting research, engaging decision-makers, and advocating for an equitable clean energy transition.

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