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Octavia Sun (MES ’18) is turning her sustainability research into a platform to discuss environmentally conscious practices in the apparel industry.
For Akudo Ejelonu (MES ’18/MPH ’17), a dual degree program provided opportunities to make connections between fields, professions, countries, and identities.
Kristen King (MES/MEng/MS ’17) draws on every element of her interdisciplinary education in China, France, and the United States.
Dual degree graduate Lauren Kurtz (MES ‘12/JD ’10) draws on her legal and environmental expertise to protect climate science research.
Excellence in Environmental Studies Award winner Valerie Preethi Vincent (MES ’19) discusses her career pivot to environmental sustainability.
MES program director Yvette Bordeaux helps students of the environment find different pathways to a greener future.
Frederik Wouda Kuipers (MES ’18) researches sustainable strategies for electric vehicles and municipal energy use.
Penn Park Supervisor Sam Royer (MES ’19) enhances his landscaping experience with environmental science.
At the Water Center at Penn, Meg Kramer (MES ’18) merges her business acumen with her commitment to sustainability.
When Lindsey Walker (MES ’13) started the Master of Environmental Studies program at Penn, she enrolled in as many field classes as she could.
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