Former fellows join WashU Climate Change Program

Apr 5, 2018

Former Tyson undergraduate fellow Maya Dutta has been welcomed to the Washington University Climate Change Program (WUCCP) as a student representative to the Steering Committee. She spent summer 2017 as a member of PhD candidate Sara Wright's Clover Cyanide Bombers team and was named a Tyson Lennette Fellow. Maya is majoring in Environmental Biology and Anthropology: Global Health and the Environment and will be joining the WUCCP outreach workgroup.

 Maya using an edger to trim around experimental clover plots

Maya using an edger to trim around experimental clover plots

 Maya and Sara Wright at the WashU Fall 2017 Undergraduate Research Symposium

Maya and Sara Wright at the WashU Fall 2017 Undergraduate Research Symposium

Emma Waltman works as a Climate Associate with WUCCP, planning and promoting climate-focused events on campus and also supporting the work of the Steering Committee. A Biology (Ecology and Evolution) major, Emma spent summer 2017 as a member of the Forest Biodiversity Team led by Associate Professor of Biology Jonathan Myers.

 Emma enjoying data entry in the forest

Emma enjoying data entry in the forest

 Emma presenting to the Tyson community at the end of the summer

Emma presenting to the Tyson community at the end of the summer