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In her classes on sustainability, instructor Linda Froelich prepares students for careers implementing sustainable environmental solutions.
Wetlands provide numerous ecological services, says EPA scientist Robert George (MES '13). Conserving them requires policy knowledge, scientific data, and the ability to communicate both.
Reshmi Nair (MES ’08) grew up advocating for the environment. She shares how over the course of her academic and career journey, life happened.
Environmental causes need people from all disciplines, according to Zhao Liu (MES/ML/MS `25—expected); in his view, policy and investment can be important tools in addressing environmental issues.
See how Amisha Shahra (Master of Environmental Studies ’22) found her direction and navigated her curriculum to a future in sustainable water management.
Johannes Nelson (MES ’23—expected) combined a conservation curriculum with programming classes to design algorithms for tracking difficult-to-detect bird species.
Rupika Ketu (MES ’21) leveraged Penn connections and curriculum opportunities, leading to a fulfilling career at the EPA.
Sustainability design consultant and entrepreneur Ria Sheth (MES ’20) leveraged an individualized concentration to find her passion and forge a path toward a career improving our built environment.
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