Meet the Interns!
Marketing / Design Intern: Liz Kirkham
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This is my second year with the SSO. I am a senior in Environmental Studies with an emphasis in Organizational Communications. I love the outdoors, pastries, and not being in Logan. My bike is my baby. I hope to one day be an Interpretive Ranger in the National Parks!
Outreach / Waste: Emily Blake
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I am a sophomore and this is my second year with the SSO. I am an environmental studies major with a minor in sustainable systems and an emphasis is gender and diversity studies. I love running, rock climbing, and mountain biking!
Food Intern: Viviane Baji
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I'm a sophomore majoring in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics with a minor in Climate Change and Energy. This is my first year as an intern in the Student Sustainability Office, it's a great place to work! I spend my free time reading, crosscountry skiing, and hiking.
Energy Intern: Ethan DeVilbiss
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I'm a senior majoring in Environmental Studies with a minor in German. After successfully implementing my own Blue Goes Green grant project to build a greenhouse for Edith Bowen Elementary School here on campus, I joined the Student Sustainability Office intern team to help promote and encourage other students to take advantage of this amazing opportunity! When I'm not traveling, I enjoy gardening, going on hikes, and rock climbing.
Program Director: Kate Stephens
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Coordinator of the USU Student Sustainability Office and Assistant Director of the Center for Civic Engagement, has been a part of the national service movement for over 20 years. Prior to her current position, Kate served as the Program Director for Utah Conservation Corps (UCC) for 12 years. She is the founder of Common Ground Outdoor Adventures, a non-profit adaptive outdoor recreation program. Kate also served as a VISTA Leader in Logan, a Peace Corps volunteer in Ecuador and an environmental educator at Teton Science School. In an effort to develop a more diverse and inclusive Conservation Corps, Kate started the UCC’s Access to Service inclusion project and Bilingual Youth Corps. Kate has received local, regional and national recognition for her work to include underrepresented populations in national service. Kate has a B.A. in Psychology and Sociology and M.A. in Environmental Education.