Kaitlyn Gardineer ’21, a triple major in earth and environmental sciences, studio art and German, enjoys the variety she has been able to pack into her time at Susquehanna.
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Meet our Students and Graduates
Hear straight from students just like you. Or read stories from successful alumni who'll tell you just how far a degree in earth and environmental sciences can take you.
Working at Tesla, Thomas Kitt ’17 has relied on the comprehensive education he received at Susquehanna to move up the ladder.
Luke Rivera ’19 spent the summer as the only environmental intern in the northeastern U.S. for Exelon Generation.
A summer internship at the Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem, N.Y., perfectly combined Kayla Lynch’s interests in writing and conservation.
A recent chemistry graduate leaned on her university connections to secure a graduate school position where she conducted research into air pollution caused by oil and gas production in North Dakota’s and Montana’s Bakken region.
For Dina Palazzolo ’15, working with the environment was a dream that started at a young age.
Ben Kopec's research into the effects on melting Arctic sea ice on precipitation finds that as sea ice diminishes, more precipitation falls in the Arctic, which could have major implications for global climate. The study was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.