2014 SESYNC Interns

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2014 SESYNC Undergraduate Interns

The 2014 cohort of SESYNC interns included 15 students who worked with professors at the University of Maryland and Coppin State University, and with professionals at the U.S. Global Change Research Program and The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission. Interns worked on a wide range of tasks and projects related to socio-environmental issues. Some examples of the work done by the 2014 interns include: assessing the ecological state of a coastal marsh, preparing climate indicators for the National Climate Indicators System, analyzing energy consumption in buildings on campus, analyzing data on effective ways to communicate with beekeepers, and surveying residents about knowledge and attitudes towards stormwater management practices. Additionally, interns engaged in weekly meetings with SESYNC staff and postdocs to learn about socio-environmental synthesis.

2014 Intern 2014 Mentor
Amanda Noelle Lamoureux Dr. Melissa Kenney
Astrid Bharath Dr. Mintesinot Jiru
Calvin Chi Dr. Jelena Srebric
Carly Brody Dr. Sacoby Wilson
Janette North-Kabore Dr. Mintesinot Jiru
Judith Fan Dr. Dennis vanEngelsdorp
Lauren Elizabeth Amrhein Dr. Brian Needelman
Maria Sharova Dr. Jennifer Hadden
Matthew David Rice Dr. Bill Fagan
Matthew Jordan Bisk Dr. Cerruti Hooks
Nivetita Ravi Dr. Alba Torrents
Olivia Newport Dr. Gerrit Knaap and Ms. Kim Ross
Ross Apter Ms. CJ Lammers
Sree Sinha Dr. Paul Leisnham
Tamara Walsky Dr. Stephanie Yarwood