Christoph Strouse is working with our office helping with sustainability reporting and strategic planning. Christoph is studying Urban Planning and Public Policy to understand how cities can become innovative systems for transitioning toward a more equitable and sustainable society. He’s learning how campus sustainability master planning can be applied to district level community planning centered around public transportation and affordable housing.
My name’s Jayna Milan and I’ll be helping out the sustainability team as the Communication Intern for this school year! I was born in Malaysia and grew up in Thailand at an international school, and am now a junior studying business with an focus in marketing. I’m incredibly excited to join the team and have the opportunity to highlight student projects across campus and be part of a community that not only cares about the environment, but will work hard to include everyone in the conversation.
Hello! I'm Drue Johnson, a junior majoring in Communications and minoring in English. I'm very excited to have the opportunity to work at UW Sustainability because the Student Program Assistant position allows me to be a social representative of the office. In addition, I get the chance to get experience writing blog posts, social media posts, and to work on my interpersonal communications skills.
Hello! My name is Caroline, Car for short, Caro for medium. I’m excited to announce that I will be the new Graphic Designer for UW Sustainability! This role will allow me to exercise my passion for graphic design while conveying messages of sustainability to all of the UW campus.
Hey y'all! My name is Annika Jung and I am delighted to announce that I will be the new project assistant for UW Sustainability. This role will allow me to be involved with different projects that will support both the sustainability office and the UW.
The UW Farm blog this week features a post from one of its current student volunteers on what the UW Farm means to her.
Junior Kate Doughty lists the ways working with the UW Farm has made her happier and healthier, as well as nuturing a love of working in the dirt and watching as seeds grow into plants and food.