Mavis Anderson

Mavis Anderson is from Mechanicsburg, PA. She is a sophomore pursuing a Bachelor’s degree with a major in Sustainability and a concentration in Environmental Conservation. She enjoys being in the outdoors and live music, as well as a combination of the two. She is excited to be a part of the Center for Land Use and Sustainability for the opportunity to do hands-on conservation work with the ShipComposts project.

Projects: ShipComposts

      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

          Mimansha Choudhary

          Mimansha is a sophmore international student at Shippensburg University pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Biology. She is excited to continue working with CLUS this academic year on ShipComosts. Mimansha previously worked with the SMRC, CCFSA and as a general CLUS support. In her spare time, Mimansha enjoys cooking, hiking, biking, and spending time with her family and friends.

          Projects: South Mountain Research Corps, ShipComposts

              Sean Cornell, Ph.D.

              Project Lead: InTeGrate

              B.S. from University of Rochester
              M.S. from University of Cincinnati
              Ph.D. from University of Cincinnati

              I teach courses in Geology, Oceanography, and related fields where my specialty is focused on coastal processes and sea-level rise hazards. I am a faculty researcher at the Chincoteague Bay Field Station and routinely involve students in sustainability projects working on environmental restoration of shorelines in coastal areas. Here on campus, I am actively involved in the Campus Community Farm and have been working on sustainability projects with students to support education and community-outreach.