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Cori Grainger '16: My experience was a little unexpected and it was a ton of hard work, but it was one of the most rewarding two months I have ever had.
ESS major Ethan Hayden reports about his summer research experience in engineering.
ESS majors Tom Wheeler and Andrew Pascale spent their summer with a water purification social enterprise in Kampala, Uganda
Tom and Andrew received a Global Social Benefit Fellowship through the Miller Center to work with Jibu, a company that empowers local communities through the creation of jobs and increased access to purified water.
Lisa was honored for her leadership in several student-led sustainability campaigns and clubs across campus, most notably Fossil Free SCU.
ESS graduates Genna Magnan, Jennifer Laws, Hannah Maryanski, Cynthia Baricevic, and Anthony Ferrari recognized for their achievements
Several members of the ESS Class of ’15 were honored for their many important contributions to environmental justice and academic excellence.
Sean was one of six students honored by the School of Field Studies for his work on a project seeking to strengthen Aborigine communities through cultural tourism.
Long-time ESS faculty member John Farnsworth has earned his Ph.D. in English.
Victoria Adetuyi ’15, Environmental Studies: From ESS to Graduate School in Sustainability Management
Victoria was recently accepted into Master’s programs in Sustainability Management at Columbia University, the University of Washington’s Evans School of Public Affairs, UC San Francisco, and the Presidio Graduate School for Sustainability.