Trevor Wiser

Trevor is an undergraduate student at Shippensburg University pursuing a B.S in Sustainability. He is currently working for the Ship SAILS program at the University Farm. In his spare time, he likes to exercise and travel.

Projects: ShipComposts, Shippensburg Tree Inventory

      Ed Schick

      Ed is currently a graduate student in the Geoenvironmental Studies master program. He completed his B.S. in Geography with a minor in Natural Hazards and Emergency Management from Millersville University in 2019. His current areas of study are land use and planning. Outside of the classroom, Ed enjoys traveling, hiking, and playing soccer. Ed is excited to help the community and continue to learn during his time at CLUS.

      Project: Franklin County Housing Assessment

          Jack Knowles-Kellett

          Jack Knowles-Kellett grew up in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, before leaving to spend a year working in the Southwest in AmeriCorps NCCC.  After studying environmental justice for two years at Oberlin College, he transferred to Shippensburg to study sustainability and GIS.  Outside of college, Jack enjoys reading, writing, and traveling.  He hopes to serve this community as well as he can during his time at CLUS.

          Projects: Climate Commitment, SU-Community Resilience Survey, General CLUS

              Kelsey Bortner

              Kelsey graduated at Shippensburg University with her B.S. in Biology in May 2021. During her undergraduate studies, she participated in Tick research within the Biology Department and was active in the Red Raider Marching Band. Starting in August 2021, Kelsey will be attending graduate school at Shippensburg University pursing her M.S. in Biology. Her interests include environmental conservation, habitat rehabilitation, agriculture, GIS, and climate change.

              Projects: Climate Commitment (2021, 2022), General CLUS (2021, 2022), Air Quality (2022)

                  Sarah Thompson

                  Sarah earned her undergraduate degree in Environmental Sustainability from Shippensburg University in 2021 and is continuing in the Geography/Earth Science department to earn her M.S. in Geoenvironmental Science and Sustainability. She is a member of the international honor society in geography, Gamma Theta Upsilon, and has interests in food security, sustainable agriculture, land use, and climate science. In her free time, she enjoys spending time kayaking, camping, and playing with her dogs.

                  Projects: Kittatinny Ridge GIS