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Nia is a junior from Belize majoring in Environmental Analysis and Film and Media Studies. She is passionate about the power of individual action as well as government action, environmental justice, energy conservation, habitat conservation, and the connection between people, animals, and the planet. She is involved with sustainability on campus through being a WashU Green Ambassador, Net Impact member, and co-founder of WashU's plant-based club. When not in class, you may find her running, playing chess, singing a cappella, watering her plants, or working for the Climate Change Program.
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Sadie is a junior double majoring in Anthropology: Global Health and Environment, and Economics and Strategy. She is excited to be working with the WUCCP this summer and is passionate about environmental education and justice. On campus, Sadie is involved in Mentor STL as well as WHEN (WashU Health Equity and Education Network). In her free time, she enjoys taking long walks with her dogs, exploring St. Louis restaurants, and has recently been trying to teach herself guitar!
Teaching Professor in Environmental Studies, Interim Director of Washington University Climate Change Program
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As the Interim Director of the Climate Change Program, Beth leads a faculty steering committee as they advance climate action through a focus on research, curriculum and outreach. Beth also serves as the co-focal point for the Research and Independent Constituency to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
Administrative Coordinator, Washington University Climate Change Program
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Alex Morales-Heil joined the Climate Change Program as its administrative coordinator in December of 2019. Alex is a Washington University graduate with a double major in Math and Elementary Education. She has taught math, science, social studies and literacy in several districts in the St. Louis area and has experience in curriculum and program design. Alex has received training in systems thinking for educators and experiential-place based education. She served on the board of Educators for Social Justice from 2012-2016.
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Juliana Morera is a sophomore double majoring in Environmental Analysis and Anthropology: Global Health and Environment with a minor in Writing. She is the Executive of Community Engagement for SEEDS STL, to encourage equity in ecology, and is excited to encourage equity around climate and environmental engagement at WashU. They are passionate about sustainability and reducing fossil fuel dependence, and she loves road trips, the outdoors, journaling, drawing, and punk shows. Juliana works as a Climate Associate for WashU’s Climate Change Program and is incredibly excited to work with fellow peers passionate about the same goals!
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Madison Seramur is a senior from Indiana majoring in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies with a Politics concentration and a Writing minor. She is passionate about grassroots activism and environmental policy with an emphasis on environmental inequality and injustice. She is also very passionate about local sustainability efforts and interacting with community-centered efforts in environmentalism. Madison is excited to be a part of the WUCCP team because she is eager to engage with sustainability and climate-conscious groups here at WashU and in the St. Louis region, as most of her past experience in environmentalism has been back at home in Indiana, particularly surrounding the Indiana Dunes. In her free time she enjoys painting, writing poetry and short essays, spending time in nature, and hanging out with her cat, Zag.