Anela Arifi ’20

Environmental Studies and International Development major; King Leadership Scholar, Dartmouth

Anela Arifi conducts research at Dartmouth in bioenergy engineering. She has designed numerous energy systems which have won scientific Olympiads. An inventor and an environment sustainability advocate, she was named by Google as one of 20 top young scientists. She spoke at TEDWomen 2016 on how to create energy from chicken feathers, and at the United Nations on energy sustainability.

Sessions

  • 250th Anniversary Gala Dinner