Amber is a graduate student in Shippensburg’s Geoenvironmental Studies program. Born in Frederick, Maryland, she graduated summa cum laude from Salisbury University in May of 2020 with a double major in Earth Science and Geography, concentrating in Atmospheric Sciences. She is a member of the Phi Kappa Phi honor society and the Gamma Theta Upsilon geographical honor society. Her academic interests include climatology, coupled natural and human systems, and projects involving field work. In her free time, Amber enjoys hiking with her dog, crocheting, and visiting new cities and places. Amber is excited to apply her geographic skills and knowledge to help protect natural systems while working for the CLUS.
Kate is a junior Sustainability major, pursuing a biology minor and Geographic Information Systems certificate. Her interests within the field include climate change, rare and endangered species, carbon footprint assessments, and tracking pollination habits and bee populations. In her free time, Kate enjoys hiking and competitively powerlifting.
Ben is a senior pursing a Bachelor’s degree of Political Science with a minor in Human Communication Studies. Academically he is driven by issues such as campaign finance and environmentalism. He is the current Representative for Commuter Students in Shippensburg’s Student Government Association. He enjoys the arts, travelling and spending time with his family and friends.
Projects: General CLUS Support (2019)
Jim is a junior Geography/Economics major and Religious Studies minor at Macalester College in Saint Paul, Minnesota. He is excited to work with the CLUS this summer on the Appalachian Trail NRCA and other ongoing projects. In his spare time, Jim likes to hike, golf, and work on his stamp collection.
Paige will graduate in 2021 with a BS in Geo-Environmental Studies and a minor in Geographic Information Systems. She is a Wood Honors College student and a member of the Geography Honor Society, Gamma Theta Upsilon. After graduation, Paige plans to pursue a master’s degree in Geo-Environmental Studies.