Kelly Baker volunteered on Tuscawilla prairie, at a local environmental education center, contributing her talents to the local community. After graduating, Kelly began a program in Environmental Law.
Jenna Davis observed that “Throughout my time as a Sustainability Studies student, my coursework has not only given these issues complex and profound meaning, but has also introduced me to the many creative and innovative ways we as a society can address them.
As a double major with Environmental Sciences, I find it an exciting opportunity to learn how humanity affects the natural world, how it in turn affects us, and how best to live within its bounds. The beauty of this degree resides in its applicability to nearly every other area of study, from the sciences to business to engineering to the social sciences and beyond.”
Lucas Lopes enjoyed his internship with the City of Orlando Economic Development Division, where he worked on a Community Food Assessment. Lucas actively collaborated with the food policy council, “Good Food Central Florida” and “Local Roots.”