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Category Archives: Environment
Ever wonder about life after Reed? We chatted with former linguistics major and SEEDS Intern, Dean Schmeltz ‘14. For SEEDS Dean coordinated an on-campus tutoring program in partnership with the nonprofit Friends of the Children. After graduation he served for a year … finish reading Q and A – SEEDS alum Dean Schmeltz ’14
For the last fifteen years, Worley has participated as a volunteer leader for Wilderness Volunteers, a non-profit that organizes low-cost one-week conservation projects in natural settings throughout the United States in conjunction with public land agencies. Wilderness Volunteers’ motto is … finish reading Kathleen Worley, Professor, Theatre
Fry uses her scholarly research about air pollution and climate change to inform the larger community. In addition to being a member of the Union of Concerned Scientists, she has presented about atmospheric science and climate change to Downtown Fellowship, … finish reading Julie Fry, Assistant Professor, Environmental Studies
Winton is the Associate Director for the Foundation and Corporate Giving at the Conservation Lands Foundation. The organization strives to protect, restore, and expand Conservation Lands through education, advocacy, and partnerships.
Crotteau is the Environmental Intern for SEEDS. She coordinates weekend service projects that provide opportunities for students to get involved in habitat restoration and urban farming, and to learn about local waterways, ecosystems and environmental projects throughout Portland. Crotteau says, … finish reading Emily Crotteau, Biology-Math, Class of 2013
In the summer of 2011, Augenbraum interned with the Environmental and Public Health Organization (ENPHO) based in Kathmandu, Nepal after having worked in Nepal the previous three summers. ENPHO is committed to creating eco-societies by implementing community-based initiatives that build … finish reading Audrey Augenbraum, Undecided, Class of 2014
Brown worked for Defenders of Wildlife, a non-profit membership organization dedicated to the protection of native animals and plants in their natural communities.
Netusil currently serves on: the Northwest Power and Conservation Council’sIndependent Economic Analysis Board, the board of Mercy Corps Northwest, the Aubudon Society of Portland board, the steering committee for the Urban Ecosystem Research Consortium of Portland/Vancouver, and the editorial board … finish reading Noelwah R. Netusil, Professor, Economics
In the summer of 2011, Jones traveled to Maharashtra, India to create a social development handbook for a non-profit called Watershed Organization Trust, which provides rural villages with the skills to sustainably develop their watersheds.