>Wesley Zebrowski is a third-year Ph.D. student in Public Affairs program at the O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, and is also a 2021-2024 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow. His work focuses on agricultural decision-making and policy as they intersect with climate change and underserved farmer groups. Specifically, his past work has explored seed networks and forest management in Eastern Africa, while his current work explores Amish climate change adaptation in the Midwest. For his dissertation, Wes plans to explore USDA inequities and discrimination in farm aid for socially disadvantaged farmers. Before coming to IU, he earned a B.A. in Government and Environmental Policy from Colby College.