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John A. Miller (MES ’18) has worked in floodplain management as both an engineer and a government liaison. Now he shares his lessons learned as an instructor.
Linda Froelich, global sustainability director at FMC, brings deep expertise in the agriculture industry to her new Master of Environmental Studies course.
Iliana Sepulveda (MES ’13) grew up in a town scarred by industry; now she is contributing to a more sustainable model.
Youqi Fan (MES ‘20), an international student and a relative newcomer to environmental science, describes inclusivity at Penn and envisions the zoo of the future.
For Hayley McCurdy (MES ’20—expected), an individualized curriculum helped her make connections and explore her interests in energy, economic development, and environmental stewardship.
An anthropologist by training, agricultural researcher Hannah Kass (MES ’20—expected) came to Penn in search of new perspectives and interdisciplinary mentors.
Channeling her passion for public service into the Zero Waste Partnership program, Helena Rudoff (MES `19) shares insight on reducing, reusing, and recycling.
In charting his course of study, Gee Paegar (MES ’18) discovered new passions and an opportunity to unite them in a fulfilling professional role.
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.
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